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At Sosh Agency, we recognize that our applicants are our most  valued resource. We take the time to understand your professional  aspirations in order to help you reach your career goals. From temporary  positions to direct hire opportunities, let Sosh Staffing be your  connection!

Industry Served

Advertising, Hospitality, Luxury Goods, Retail, Building Maintenance, Technology.

The Resume


  1. Accuracy is key - Always proofread your resume before sending it. Typos are easy to make and are often hard for your computer to catch.
  2. Eliminate the guess work  - Be as precise with your dates and titles as you can. Especially for jobs of less than one year, your start and end dates should include the month as well as the year. 



The Interview

Leave nothing to chance - Know the exact place and time of your interview and who you should ask for when you arrive. Plan your route and, whenever possible, leave additional time to get there. 

Know your resume - Anything on your resume is fair game for discussion, so remind yourself of the programs you used, the projects you worked on, and the names of your supervisors (but leave their contact info off of your resume).



Be brief, but not too brief - Giving only ‘yes’ or ‘no’ answers won’t help your interviewer get a good sense of who you are and what you bring to the table, but sharing your whole life story isn’t the best way to go either. Adequate preparation beforehand will help you to give thoughtful answers and anecdotes for even the most unusual questions. 




Stay positive - If you speak badly about a former employer, who’ to say you wouldn’t do the same down the line with this new company? An interview is not the right place to air grievances. 

End on a strong note - Express your sincere interest in the position and inquire about the next step. Follow up is key, so be sure to write a concise thank-you letter that your Core Recruiter can send along to your interviewer(s).