Welcome to the official Betts Recruiting blog. What’s this blog all about? In a nutshell, it’s about the current job market, your career path, the tech industry and the cities we all love most. Of course, what makes this blog really exciting is YOU – so join the conversation!
￼￼￼￼￼￼￼The BR Blog will enable you to gain a greater understanding of how our company works and how to land that job you have always wanted. Content will also include regular contributions from our recruiters, who will offer their own career tips and describe the nature of their daily work and the challenges they deal with.
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By: Braydan Young
I moved to San Francisco in 2009 when the economy was in a slump, and companies were laying people off left and right. Rent was still absurdly high but much less than what we pay today. Oh how so much has changed in the past five years.
Over the last 5 years the technology industry has seen shift after shift in not only power/speed, but the barrier … more
The Streets of Dublin
Betts Recruiting has officially launched our European headquarters in Dublin, and we couldn’t be more excited.
We knew we wanted to have a presence in Europe. and had a hunch that there was a market for our business there. But we needed to see it with our own eyes. Carolyn and I took off from San Francisco on a Sunday evening and touched down in London by Monday afternoon. From … more
Finding “true happiness” and balance is a goal that we can all relate to. How to achieve this fulfillment within one’s life is a hot topic in the media. While some may be a fan of traveling and others may swear by a continual yoga practice, almost everyone can relate to the desire to find happiness within their career. “We Love What We Do” is one of … more
This will be the first year I have ever attended South By Southwest, I have always heard about how amazing the conference is, and now I finally get to attend and could not be more excited.
In order to prepare I’ve been reading posts on “The best way to maximize your time at SXSW” or “SXSW 2014-Game Plan” just to get a sense of what other people recommend I do. I have also spent a … more
In the sports world, success is measured by the number of titles you have, not the number of players on your team that were selected to the All-Star game or the Pro Bowl. In the entertainment industry, movies are considered successful when they have strong days at the box office, not by any individual actor or actress in the movie. In either case it is all about how well the team does together, is there good chemistry, … more
The first 90 days of a new job in sales are going to be very challenging and demanding, but also a lot of fun if you set yourself up for success.
I would recommend before starting any job putting together a 90 day plan. There are many ways that you can put this plan together, but I would focus on what actions you need to accomplish every DAY and every WEEK to set yourself up for the best results in the … more
“I don’t like cold calling”
“I don’t like pushing people to do things they don’t want to do”
“I’d rather be on the creative side than on the sales side”
Perhaps you’ve said these words to yourself, your friends, family or recruiter when asked about what type of jobs you’re interested in.
But maybe you shouldn’t be so quick to judge – sales can be a great challenge, a fun career, and a nice way to make a living. Most successful salespeople have fun … more
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The new year is upon us, and it is time to put our New Year’s resolutions in motion. What’s yours? I bet you can guess at least 5 of the top 10 most common New Year’s resolutions:
Spending money more carefully
Exercising more often,
And … making a career move?
Why is the beginning of the year a perfect time for a new job? Let’s take a look.
At the beginning of … more
Even after the invention of social media, the resume is something you still need to have, but it is not all that you need to have. If you are thinking about looking for a new job you need to make sure your resume, Linkedin, twitter, and anything else that is social is up to date.
“Your resume needs to read like a baseball card” a coworker once told me.
Someone needs to look at your resume and know every highlight that has … more
I have the most amazing job in the world. As a New Business Manager at Betts Recruiting, I work with founders and heads of sales to develop custom strategies for building their teams to reach their ultimate goals. On any given day, you can find me at a networking event, chatting with CEOs and working on advancing these relationships. At Betts we offer a customized approach to each company ensuring we find the best fit for everyone. We like to call this … more
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