Entries by Matthew Bennett

June 2020 Jobs Report: A Spark of Light in the Labor Market

Despite recent spikes in COVID-19 cases, the U.S. labor market exemplified signs of recovery in the June 2020 Jobs Report. Last month, non-farm payrolls added 4.8 million jobs in June, much higher than the +2.9 million expected by economists. As a result, the unemployment rate dropped to 11.1%, which is also better than the predicted rate of […]

July 2020 Anniversaries & New Hires

July 2020 Anniversaries Congratulations to all of our employees with July anniversaries. We appreciate your dedication to JSG and all of your hard work. Please join us in celebrating our tenured staff this month! ATLANTA, GA Michelle McMahan – 6 years Maria Mireles-Brown – 4 years Brook Williams – 1 year BEDFORD, TX Kiev Dao […]

How to Find a Job During the Pandemic

Finding a job in 2020 is surprisingly not as easy as it was a few months ago. With social distancing, face mask requirements, and other safety procedures to mitigate the spreading of the Coronavirus, your job search and networking are looking a little different. So, how do you find a job if you can’t attend […]

Best Places to Restart Your Career After the Pandemic

With over 45 million Americans filing for unemployment benefits, many workers across the country are looking to restart their careers. As a result, many are searching elsewhere for the right job opportunity. Over one-third of Americans are considering relocating to a less densely populated area. Others are looking to different metropolitan areas with more opportunities and better […]

Interview Question: How Do You Deal with Stress?

What they want to know Every job creates stressful situations. Interviewers often ask, “How do you deal with stress?” to understand if you can keep your cool when things get a little intense. Everybody gets stressed out – it’s a natural feeling that we all feel from time to time, and there are different levels […]

The Most In-Demand Entry-Level Jobs in 2020

At the end of this academic year, approximately 6 million American students will be graduating from high school, community colleges, and undergraduate programs. These students will be graduating in a labor market that is looking a little murky right now. It can be discouraging to be graduating right now, with over 43 million Americans out of work […]

How to Support Your Remote Workers

The majority of states have finally started reducing restrictions imposed because of the Coronavirus pandemic. However, millions of workers across the country are still hard at work from their homes. With a large chunk (if not your whole team) working remotely, it’s not easy to offer the same support as you can in the office. […]