With 916,000 jobs added in March, the national unemployment rate saw a slight decrease from 6.2% in February to 6.0%, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Continue reading
Looking back, living and working during a pandemic was certainly not something we expected we’d have to adapt to in 2020. Continue reading
Employment rose by 379,000 jobs in February 2021 compared to expectations of 210,000 resulting a slight decrease in the unemployment rate at 6.2% vs. 6.3% the month prior, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Continue reading
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics recently released their January 2021 Jobs Report, with some encouraging news for the unemployment rate. Continue reading
Roth Staffing has always taken Bring Your Kids to Work Day seriously. In fact, many believe it’s the cutest day of the year, with our smallest coworkers placing calls to the corporate office, creating their resumes, and recording their own VideoSelects. Continue reading
Lots of scenarios can complicate an online meeting—from technical difficulty to a peer’s unpreparedness. If you’re struggling to make the most of your Zoom, WebEx, or 8×8 meetings, check out our tips for better virtual meetings!
There are a lot of unfilled jobs out there. As of the end of 2018 there were 7.3 million of them, to be precise (BLS). Organizations across the nation are looking to expand and hire, but they are facing one major challenge: finding qualified talent. Continue reading
Do you shudder at the thought of writing a cover letter? You’re not alone.
Cover letters are the perfect opportunity to show that you’re likeable, smart, and driven—but if you’re not a writer the whole thing can seem like a nerve-racking complication. After all, if you’re applying for an IT position, you never claimed to be able to write. Continue reading