Making the move: tips for relocating for a job in Kansas City

With more than a decade of experience as a recruiter in Kansas City, our own Dan Hilboldt has found the process of finding a job in a new city is much easier with the help of someone who lives and works in that area already. He shares tips for navigating the job market in a new city and why specifically Kansas City is such a jobseeker’s destination.… Read More »

Surviving your first day: Tips for first time substitute teachers

Properly preparing for your first substitute teaching day is critical to having a successful experience. If you’re a fist-time substitute teacher, follow this helpful advice to mitigate any problems and ensure you have a positive first day.… Read More »

Comparing today’s housing and job markets: How to navigate a candidate’s market to get the talent you need

A good home sells quickly, and so does a well qualified job candidate. Morgan Hunter recruiters and talent experts Adam Loewen and Harry Brewer give their advice for landing top talent in this competitive market.… Read More »

A look into a recruiter’s recipe for success

Jobseekers are recipe-less bakers, often left to figure out what a company is looking for, its culture and day-to-day expectations all on their own. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. From my experience as a recruiter, I’ve found there are many misconceptions about what recruiters can offer for candidates, and how the process typically works. … Read More »