Alexandria-based TorchLight recognized for workplace flexibility, company culture and exponential growth
As a leading marketing and communications search and staffing firm in D.C., TorchLight celebrates its most recent accolade—being named among the region’s 2017 Best Places to Work. The Washington Business Journal released the list today, honoring TorchLight along with some of Washington, D.C.’s most impressive businesses.
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D.C.’s leading marketing and communications search and staffing firm is honored for valuing flexibility, encouraging lifelong learning and supporting working women in all their roles—all while the company experiences fast-track growth
Washington Business Journal today announced that Alexandria, Virginia-based marketing and communications search and staffing firm TorchLight Hire has been named among the Washington region’s 2017 Best Places to Work. The company will be formally recognized at a special event hosted by the Business Journal on June 22.
For 5 years now, we’ve helped Washington companies find the best marketing and communications professionals for full-time and contract jobs in D.C.
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Leading D.C. area marketing and communications search and staffing firm continues growth trajectory
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (August 17, 2016)—Marketing and communications search and staffing firm TorchLight Hire, LLC, ranked No. 621 of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in America, according to Inc. Magazine’s 2016 rankings, released today.
With the rising cost of higher education, and a rapidly changing marketing industry, are college degrees still worth it?
You need not look too far in the news headlines lately to see impassioned discussions—and more than a little angst—about the rising costs of higher education. As a result, many are asking whether a four-year college degree is even still worth it.
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With more job openings, Washington DC marketing and communications job seekers find more professional opportunities
The numbers from the Department of Labor’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey are in and it turns out that what to many felt like the weakest job market in a generation WAS, in fact, 14 years long. The good news for DC marketing and communications job seekers is that with openings at a 14-year high, there has never been a better time to start thinking about new career opportunities and goals.
Flexibility is key for DC companies hiring marketing and communications professionals
As one of the Washington region’s leading recruiting firms, every day we are helping companies find, recruit and hire professionals for a variety of marketing and communications jobs in DC. Increasingly, job candidates are seeking flexibility in their work lives more than any other variable. In fact, flexibility is no longer just a “perk” — It’s an expectation.