Twelve Things to Consider When Looking for a Job

In today’s market, job seekers are in the driver’s seat, and what is most important has shifted following the pandemic. If you are looking for a job, here are twelve things to consider. Location: The pandemic has made this a game-changer. With increased opportunities for remote work, employees have more choices. What might have required a long… Read More »

Networking 101

Network with the right people. Networking used to be all about face-to-face meetings, robust handshakes and physically moving in the right circles, but thanks to social media, on sites like LinkedIn, you can now research, discover and network with the right people without leaving your home. That’s right, you can network from the comfort of… Read More »

Volunteering: A Great Career Move

Why Volunteering is Important for your Career It’s no secret that employers love great candidates with volunteering work on their resume. In a recent government survey, almost half of HR professionals said they would be more likely to employ an applicant with constructive volunteering experience, and 63% revealed that volunteering makes an application stand out… Read More »

Why Internships Help Careers


Internships are a Great Way for Work Experience! Unpaid internships are controversial, but work experience can be incredibly useful when trying to break into any new career or industry. Why is an internship great? To start, it works: a recent government survey of HR professionals revealed that 85% of employers felt relevant work experience was… Read More »

3 Things to Look For in a Company to Kickstart Your Career

1. Look for companies that share your values Other than pay and benefits, 43% of potential job candidates say they are attracted to a new career because of meaningful work. By researching a company’s core mission, you’re not only ensuring they have clear goals, but ones that resonate with your interests and passions. If you… Read More »

Researching a Potential Employer

Things to Do When Researching a Company Researching potential employers in the Southern Indiana and Evansville area is vital to any effective job hunt. This research comes in handy at three pivotal times during a job search: first when you’re deciding what kind of employer you’d like to work for, then when you are ready… Read More »

Kickstart Your IT Career with these 5 Entry-Level Jobs

5 Entry-Level Jobs to Kickstart Your IT Career Over the past several years, the staff at HR Solutions, Inc. has noticed the ongoing demand for IT workers has continued to grow, and as technology gets bigger, it only makes sense to consider an entry-level IT job in the Southern Indiana area. It’s hard to resist… Read More »

Who is the Millennial Workforce?

According to the Pew Research Center, millennials are a diverse group of people that were born between 1981 and 1996. Today, they are anywhere between 25–40 years old and represent ⅓ of the U.S. workforce. As of 2019, the millennial population surpassed baby boomers in the U.S., becoming America’s largest generation. By 2025, they’re expected to make up… Read More »

3 Myths About Millenials in the Workplace

3 biggest myths about Millennials in the Workplace 1) Millennials are self-absorbed, lazy, and narcissistic This is a common generalization that people commonly apply to those younger than them. Would we not have this same opinion of the Boomers if we looked through the lens of the Greatest Generation? Gallivanting around in tie-dye, protesting, sitting… Read More »

5 Facts HR Needs to Understand About Working with Millennials – Pt. 3

Are you tired of hearing from other HR professionals, business owners and others about working with millennials yet? We hope not, because this army of young workers and associates will make up 50 percent of the U.S. workforce by 2030… that’s only 16 years away! Just for clarification, the millennial generation was born anytime from… Read More »