CALL US: 617-227-5000

Job Search Tip of the Week #49 (2018)

Submit Your Resume

Job Search Tip of the Week #41 (2018)

0 Comments

6 Science-Backed Strategies to Build Your Career Resilience

Turn Your Job Search Challenges into Successes



Today’s job seekers are no strangers to the frustration and anxiety of job hunting, especially with all the merger/acquisition, downsizing, bankruptcy, and restructuring activities that have been going on in the tech industry. What you need to succeed in this economic climate of organizational transition and transformation is resilience.

Need help getting some? You may find Scientific American Mind‘s “Ready for Anything,” in which authors Steven M. Southwick and Dennis S. Charne share some evidence-based approaches to managing job search stress, useful — particularly if you’ve been laid off recently and/or are experiencing a prolonged job search.

Check out the article in its entirety here (highly recommended if you’re interested in the neurobiological basis and mechanics of resilience), or read on below for our recap, along with some hypothetical scenarios and notes of our own to help clarify the concepts.

The roots of resilience

Resilience is the ability to adapt and grow in the face of stress and adversity. It’s only partially determined by genetics, which means that although some people are naturally better able to positively adjust to stress than others, it is a process that can be learned.

Read More »

Job Search Tip of the Week #1 (2018)

0 Comments

Winter is Coming

Dashing Through the Winter Job Search [INFOGRPAHIC]



Just because the weather’s turning cold doesn’t mean your job search should too!

In fact, today marks the beginning of one of the best times of the year to job hunt. So although it might be tempting to put your job search on pause as the holiday season approaches, right now is the best time to keep your momentum going so you can keep your employment prospects warm and land that dream job in the New Year.

Dash through your winter job search and nab the career you’ve been waiting for with the following five tips from job hunting and career management solutions provider CareerShift, and check back next week for our more detailed how-to:

Read More »

Submit Your Resume

  • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, odt, rtf, txt, Max. file size: 64 MB.
  • All submitted candidate and job seeker information is kept 100% confidential and is stored in our encrypted database. CTC will never send your information or resume to any third party without prior consent.

Referral Form

  • Your Information

  • Referral Information

  • All submitted candidate and job seeker information is kept 100% confidential and is stored in our encrypted database. CTC will never send your information or resume to any third party without prior consent.

Ask a Question Now!