7 Reasons You Should Use Us to Make Your Next Career Move
By Jordan Norwine
1. Better opportunities
When it comes to landing the job you want, it can be a long shot if you don’t have the right connections. Many companies today rely on staffing services to supply the talent they need to make their IT function. We’ve been humbled to have been awarded a Best in Staffing award in St. Louis, and this, paired with the relationships we have with our partners, has led to our team often having the inside scoop on opportunities that haven’t even been put on the job boards yet.
2. Your resume, refined.
Our team has seen tens of thousands of resumes in the last 25 years, and we know exactly what our clients are looking for. We can give you a resume that stands out from the crowd, one that helps you get the job that you really want.
3. Flexibility over your career
Whether you’re looking to expand your skill set, or are just ready for a new challenge, working with Technology Partners means you are in the driver’s seat of your own career.
4. Higher pay
Rates for IT jobs are great, and they are actually on the rise for the most part. But your pay comes down to the margin taken out of that bill rate. At Technology Partners, for example, we have a low, transparent margin that you know about from the start, and all raises you receive go entirely to you.
5. You have your own advocate
When you work with us to take the next step in your career, you get your own personal advocate. Someone who will champion you and will help coach you on everything from your resume to how to nail that job interview.
6. The benefits are great
We offer a great benefits package, from health to dental to 401k, it’s available to you. We also offer flexibility in the type of coverage you need. Contact us now if you need more details on the excellent benefits packages from Technology Partners.
7. More stability
For contract roles, unless there is a serious issue, companies that use staffing firms will typically give as much notice as possible—sometimes months or years—so that person has plenty of time to find another role. And with most companies, being a contractor actually helps you get in the door as a permanent employee, if you choose.