3 Musts Every Professional Needs To Apply to Their Career

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Some ambitious people focus on working hard and being professional, thinking hard work and good behavior should be enough to get ahead. However, there are other areas to focus on. Hard work and good conduct aren’t enough if your skills are stagnant or your methods are outdated. Also, you should be networking with quality people, Read more »

How Are Smart Machines and the IoT Impacting Manufacturing Jobs?

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New smart devices connected to the internet are constantly coming online, expanding the so-called Internet of Things (IoT). These devices are particularly well suited to the manufacturing industry. In 2016, almost one-fourth of investments in IoT devices was made by the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing was the top industry to spend on IoT that year, and Read more »

How To Maximize Your Life Beyond Work

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For working professionals, it’s a given that you have to sacrifice aspects of your personal life to maintain a career. It had been assumed in the past that you should dedicate your ‘working years’ to a career and look forward to personal time in the evenings, on weekends and during retirement. More recently, however, people Read more »

Temp Careers and Their Benefits to You!

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Whether you are a recent graduate who is looking to switch careers or you’re unemployed, it can be challenging to land a full-time position. Fortunately, there’s a solid alternative: working temporary jobs. Since the recession, temporary workers have become very popular with companies who want a scalable workforce that doesn’t include the costs associated with Read more »

Temp Jobs Are Going Fast, But There’s A Way to Make Sure You Get Noticed For the Job

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With the unemployment rate near record lows, now is the best time to be looking for a new job. Employers’ struggle to fill jobs has also led to a greater need for temporary employees. According to data from FlexJobs, the quantity of temporary employees has climbed almost 50 percent since the recession. While there are Read more »

Interview Questions You Should Expand On

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In recent years, job interviewers have looked to get away from questions for which candidates tend to give stock answers; questions like, “What is your greatest weakness?” Instead, interviewers are using ‘behavioral’ interview questions that put an applicant in a hypothetical job situation or a situation from their past and ask them how they would, Read more »

Interviews Tips from The People That Actually Do The Hiring

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Ahead of a big game, football coaches would love to get the other team’s playbook so they could anticipate play calls. When you get interview tips from a hiring manager, it’s almost like getting a peek into their playbook. Because we’re always looking out for you, the job seeker, here are a few tips for Read more »

Life Beyond The Textbook: 3 Ways Your Work Experience is Better Than The Degree

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You’ve probably heard that people who have a degree from a trade school or college tend to have higher earning potential than those who don’t. But, you’ve probably also heard that a degree doesn’t matter much after that first job in the field. In fact, colleges have internships and other similar programs because experience in Read more »