6 Reasons to Work in Automotive (Even if You Don’t Love Cars)

The words “automotive,” “car,” or “dealership,” can easily ignite a passion in some, while others are turned off. However, being in automotive doesn’t mean you have to know how to

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Finding Summer Work in May

Ideally, by springtime, students and recent graduates have a job lined up that builds credibility for their desired career. However, life, school, or other responsibilities can get in the way

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16 Resume-Boosting Terms

Here at Reynolds and Reynolds, we cannot stress enough how important it is to have a top-notch resume. It is your first impression and needs to highlight your strengths in

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How to Practice for an Interview

When walking into an interview, you need to have a strategy in mind. Although it isn’t easy, it is worth the time spent practicing. At Reynolds and Reynolds, we prefer

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5 Ways to Help Your Resume Stand Out

A single job posting can prompt hundreds of resumes or applications. You want your resume to stand out. If you apply at Reynolds and Reynolds, our recruiting department looks at

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An Inside Look at Interning With Reynolds

This post comes from Jordan C., who interned in the marketing department at Reynolds. She now continues to work at Reynolds part-time while attending Wright State University. This past summer

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When to Apply

Internships and full-time positions are typically filled months in advance of the desired start date. If you want to beat the competition to your dream job, when should you apply?

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What’s It Like to Be a Sales Trainer?

http://reyrey.com/career/JobPostings/JobDetails.aspx?id=8393&loc=Dayton&cat=37One of the many things Reynolds and Reynolds is known for, is our top-of-the-line training for associates. Our salespeople in particular have courses they must take to learn about the

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8 Common Pitfalls on Resumes

Highlighting your abilities on a resume is difficult. The pressure to impress potential employers can easily distract the writer from correcting harmful mistakes and errors. At Reynolds and Reynolds, our

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