May 2021 

Learn to Code with These Games

Learning doesn't have to be boring. In fact, it can be quite fun. In this blog post, we've broken down a list of coding games and websites where those wishing to learn how to code can do so within a gamified environment. Let us warn you, however, some of these games can be quite addictive! Read the blog>>

Leveraging the Power of LinkedIn
With products such as LinkedIn Sales Navigator, LinkedIn Talent Insights, and LinkedIn Recruiter, employers rely on LinkedIn to help grow and sustain their business. In this blog post, we make the case for and show you how to create an effective LinkedIn profile, and list the best practices for getting the most out of the site. Read the blog>>

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IT Network Administrator
This is a contract-to-hire opportunity with our client in New Castle, DE. They are seeking a Network Administrator skilled in Windows Server, Windows 7/10, IT Security, and Virtualization. 
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Desktop Support
We are seeking a Desktop Support professional for an onsite contract position in Philadelphia, PA. Applicants are expected to have ticketing, Active Directory, imaging, and inventory experience.
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Integration Developer
Our client is in need of an Application Integration Developer who possesses strong front-end web development experience with modern authentication protocols. This is a 12+ month contract in Dover, DE. 
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If you've been a reader of this newsletter for long enough then you might remember that we used to feature a "Quick Tips" section. These tips, or life hacks, were small morsels of advice and recommendations to help save you time and make your life easier.

Below, we've resurrected that section with a handful of new tips we believe to be quite useful.
1. If you reinstall Windows in order to sell your computer, look for C:/windows.old afterwards. If it exists, it contains all of your files from before the reinstallation.
2. When switching to a new router, set the SSID and password to the same as the old router. That way, all of your devices will stay logged in.

3. Save the job description when you start a new job. It makes updating your resume much easier.
4. If you are sent a Pages file by a person with a Mac but you are on a PC, simply change the extension from .pages to .zip and inside you will find a PDF version.
5. Want to change the "...." password box to text so you can see what is written? Right-click the box and select 'Inspect.' A window will open with some highlighted text. Change type="password" to type"text" and voila!

In case you missed them, check out these recent top reads from publications across the industry.

And be sure to connect with PSCI on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter to stay in-the-know about the latest trends and resources.


Happy Birthday!

"Happy birthday from your friends at PSCI!"

If you've celebrated a birthday since February, then we hope you've seen this animated message from us in your inbox.
If your special day is still on the horizon, please be on the lookout!

In addition to the birthday email, we're also sending each of our active consultants a $10 Wawa eGift Card - an even better reason to check your email!

At PSCI, you, our consultants, are of the utmost importance to us, and while this gesture may be small, we want you to know how appreciated you are.

While we've done our best to compile all the recipients of this newsletter's birthdays, there are still quite a few we're missing. If you'd like to receive this email from us, please let us know!

A Spotlight on Mental Health

PSCI utilizes the services of Creative Benefits to assist with the intricacies of benefits administration. As part of their outreach, they've put forth a Mental Health Campaign to increase mental health awareness and provide mental health education.

We are using this space to deliver those campaigns to you!

This month's topic: The Importance of Nutrition & Mental Health
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