February 25, 2015 – David Sprinkle, Managing Partner with Veritas Recruiting Group, and his beard appeared on Fox 35’s Good Day Orlando to discuss the value of a college degree vs. on-the-job experience.
Career Advice to Ignore
January 9, 2014 – This morning on Fox35, David Sprinkle, Managing Partner at Veritas Recruiting Group, discusses common career advice that you should ignore.
Will that graduate degree make you more marketable? Depends… Grad school will make you more marketable if you’re in a field that requires or rewards graduate degrees, but if you’re in one of the many fields that doesn’t, employers may find the degree irrelevant. What’s worse is that grad school can even make it harder for you to get hired in many cases, since if you’re applying to jobs that don’t require the degree, employers may think that their work isn’t what you really want to do.
Robots Take Over Work Force?
David Sprinkle, managing partner at Veritas Recruiting Group, on Fox35 discusses how to ensure job security despite advancement in technology.
Reports suggest in ten years, robots will replace 65% of jobs. Currently, we see processes in the automotive industry being taken over by robots. This change negatively affects current employees because it puts them out of a job. How can you make sure your job isn’t at risk of being replaced by robots?
October 31, 2014 – This morning on Fox35, David Sprinkle, managing partner at Veritas Recruiting Group, discusses how an outdated resume format can hinder your job search. He gives tips on how to stay updated and what you should be doing to make sure your resume is perfect. David knows what recruiters are looking for and he gives insight on how to make sure your resume gets to the hiring manager.
Most people assume that a recruiter’s job is to help them land a job. Although this is true, a true headhunter works for an employer. Their aim is to successfully fill a position for a company. They meet with hundreds of candidates and it is your job to make sure you’re the first person they think of when a position opens up. If you stand out to a recruiter, you will be the one they recommend to companies.