Can You Make a Resume on Your Phone?

2020 showed us that the world could change in an instant. As more companies began working remotely, their hiring process also transitioned to online-only. For job seekers, that means more online applications, typically with better mobile interfaces. If your only job-hunting tool is your phone, can you still create a formal resume that will draw hiring managers’… Read More »

Essential Forklift Operator Safety Tips

Forklift jobs are a great opportunity for anyone looking to be a part of a warehouse environment. They can be seasonal jobs to fill in the gaps or the start of a new career. But forklift driving is a skill that requires adherence to safety protocol. Before you start your first or next forklift job,… Read More »

How to Excel at Your Administrative job

Administrative support is the backbone of any company. Without a good team of administrative professionals, many businesses would be lost. Administrative jobs can lead to a lot of opportunities throughout your career, so how can you excel at your job to get on the right path? You can be an administrative rockstar if you cultivate these standout… Read More »

Enjoy Work Again: Ask for Job Rotation

Fatigue, boredom, and burnout can all happen to the best of us. It’s not necessarily a probably with the job or with you. No matter how much you love your job, it’s possible to get bored or tired of doing the same things all the time. One possible solution to this feeling is to ask… Read More »

Top Clerical Jobs in Houston Hiring NOW

At Meador Staffing, we see clerical needs throughout the Houston area. If you’re on the job market and looking for clerical positions, what sorts of opportunities are available? Let’s take a look at some of the clerical jobs available now and what steps you need to take to apply.   Administrative Assistant  Admin assistants cover a lot of… Read More »

Not Looking? Go on That Interview Anyway: Here’s Why

Are you here because a Meador recruiter recently contacted you? If you weren’t looking for a job, a call from a recruiter can feel like it comes from out of the blue. Maybe we found you on LinkedIn or through a mutual connection, but that’s not what matters. You’ve been contacted because you have the… Read More »

Making the Most of Your Downtime During Lockdown

Sheltering in place, physical distancing, and wearing masks while in public aren’t going away for a while. With this unique kind of downtime, it might be good to reflect on your career. Where do you want to be and how can you get there? Are there skills you lack? Are you currently working but unhappy… Read More »

Finding Work When the Unemployment Rate is High

The speed at which the job market changed in 2020 was unprecedented. As people were asked to stay home to help contain the spread of the novel coronavirus, many companies were forced to lay off large groups of employees. Entire sectors of the economy saw massive changes, and people were facing unemployment en masse. The CARES Act… Read More »