Setting out on a career after Trade School can be a daunting experience. Despite having the skills for the job, Trade School graduates are worried about having less real-world experience than other candidates. That might be true, but it is worth remembering that everyone must start somewhere.

The truth is, professionally qualified candidates with little or no experience are still very appealing to employers. Official accreditation shows dedication – a commitment has been made the (time, effort, and money) to develop career-defining expertise. It shows potential employees what they can expect in terms of work ethic if nothing else.


Where to find jobs

Candidates often spend hours searching through online job boards, classifieds, and social media posts, which is a hit-and-miss exercise most of the time.

A better idea is enlist the help of a full-service, nationwide staffing company – one that has employment experts with a wide range of jobs available in different locations. Suddenly, the job opportunities are brought to the candidate! A specialist recruiter can inform them about jobs that match their skills, interests, and career goals. At the end of this easy process, applicants might end up with a job offer in hand. If the job involves moving to a new town, housing and relocation assistance can be arranged quickly.


In-demand workers

Qualified workers are in demand right now. Most of the ‘Baby Boom’ generation have entered retirement, and a recent article by Universal Technical Institute suggests that there could be as many as 31 million vacant blue-collar and other high-paying hourly jobs out there, with 74% of businesses fearing a shortfall in qualified people. Hiring managers are looking for trained newcomers to fill the vacancies left behind.

In-demand trades and professions include:

  • Assemblers / Manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Culinary (cooks, prep, restaurants)
  • Electricians
  • Hospitality (hotels, resorts)
  • Machinists
  • Materials Handling
  • Medical (clinical nursing assistants, aides)
  • Warehouse
  • Welders

If you are interested in any of the above fields and are looking for a job, contact BullsEye today.


How to apply

As an employer and a staffing company, BullsEye knows what knowledge, skills, and personal attributes are sought after by worksites across the US.

After sharing their resume with BullsEye, candidates will be contacted by an experienced recruiter who will learn more about your career goals. Recent Trade School graduates, should use their resume to list the specific skills they learned during their time there. At the initial screening stage, it is important for candidates to demonstrate how relevant their newly acquired skills are in relation to the job. During or after an interview with BullsEye, applicants will find out about available jobs that match their skills, knowledge, and interests.

If successful in accepting a job offer, BullsEye will provide candidates with additional services such as relocation assistance, as well as optional employee housing if needed.


Housing and relocation support

Relocating for work can be stressful. Fortunately, BullsEye offers candidates invaluable support in terms of accommodation and relocation services. This includes:

  • Assisting with relocation if you are moving to a new city for the job
  • Arranging safe and affordable rental or free housing that is ‘move-in’ ready
  • Providing transportation assistance where possible
  • Offering individual support to help you settle in your new job
  • Advising on career growth and advancement opportunities


A fast, efficient, and reliable hiring process

BullsEye Jobs was established in 2009 as a full-service staffing company. It is led by a management team with over three decades of industry experience, so when it comes to recruiting and employing qualified workers across the U.S., very few staffing agencies can boast the same levels of knowledge and expertise.

It is all about finding the best possible match for you, as quickly as possible.


Visit today to start your job search.