Finding Jobs in Charlotte

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Peter Cuocolo (Owner of CSEG) seen with Yogi Berra and Joe Garagiola...The Baseball Legends!

Peter Cuocolo (Owner of CSEG) seen with Yogi Berra and Joe Garagiola...The Baseball Legends!

Joe Larson – Radio Personality @ 107.9 The Link / Live Traffic Reporter @ News Talk 1110 WBT. Joe has been our Entertainment Director since 2010.Joe Larson – Radio Personality @ 107.9 The Link / Live Traffic Reporter @ News Talk 1110 WBT. Joe has been our Entertainment Director since 2010. He is also our # 1 DJ/MC Host. Call us to book Joe for your next event!

Client Testimonials

The Mayor of Huntersville, NC – Mr. John Aneralla is saying about CSEG

“The outcome of an event like ours is in direct proportion to the level of service and professionalism of those involved. As a result, I have had nothing short of outstanding feedback from those who were in attendance...”
Russell C. Everett III
Asst. Vice President
The Hartford

“People are coming to my office, stopping me in the hallways and elevators, and sending me letters to thank me for an outstanding picnic. I must salute you and your staff for an exceptional job.”
George Ochman
Director of Purchasing
Citibank , N.A.

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Finding a jobs in Charlotte is the same with any other big cities in the U.S. The bottom line is it’s a marketplace. The things you can do a decade ago to land yourself a job is not applicable anymore. The game of finding a career is now being played on a different ball park. The city of Charlotte even with its diverse history cannot be categorized as a city lagging in modern infrastructure. In fact it is one of those large metropolitan that’s on the forefront of things. What this implies is that, even with the competitiveness of the job market in this day of age; knowing how to use technology to your advantage is the key to being chosen.

Move forward away from the pack

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As I was saying, 10 years ago a college diploma is good enough to secure you a job you’ll probably want to stay in the rest of your life. That is how much weight is put on education back then. That diploma alone can rocket you forward into a career because there were very little competition who as those diplomas in their hands. Well guess what? Fast forward things and every guy waiting to be called in the lobby has one so how can companies tell who is the right man or woman for the job? You need to leverage yourself by though social media.

Ask your father how he got his job. He probably had his dad helped him every step of the way; or he had a friend who is ahead a few years and then referred him to the firm. What I’m saying is, in the past relationships and connection meant a lot to people. Today with social networking sites, it’s not that apparent anymore. The good thing is if you know how to use social networking to you advantage it is a great tool to have. Find hiring managers in your direct contacts or from the contacts of your direct contacts. You are bound to find somebody who is doing the hiring in a company. Who knows, maybe you wouldn’t even have to wait in the lobby like the rest of the guys.

Place yourself on a pedestal

In the past companies never really paid attention to soft skills. These are individual qualities such as working well with others, leadership, communication and motivation. But today, have you been in any interview where the hiring manager didn’t throw questions obviously meant to gauge the level of those traits mentioned in you? They have been increase popular over the years and social media can help you prove that you’ve got what it takes. You’ll never know if that employer is going to make the effort of looking you up in the net to take a look at your social networking profile because it’s going to be the deal breaker between you and the guy on who gets chosen for the job. This is yet another reason why you have to take care of your online persona.