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 »

Put A Little Spring In Your Career Steps

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If you’re looking to make a career move, there’s no better time than now. Statistics show many companies do the bulk of their hiring in spring. In fact, there’s often a big push to get new hires settled in before Memorial Day, when many people start taking vacations. Also, managers know their budgets for the Read more »

How To Find the Next Step In Your Career

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At least one half of US employees aren’t happy with their jobs, according to some recent surveys. When you can’t stand your job and you know it’s time for you to make a change, it can be challenging to know what to do, and not knowing the next career move often results in procrastination and Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions That Could Have an Enormous Impact on Your Career

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Most of us make New Year’s resolutions as we look forward to the coming year and take stock of what we’d like to improve in our lives. The better angels among us are persistent enough to go one step further and make a plan for achieving our resolutions, and some of us even follow through Read more »

2018 Job-Search Advice for Engineers

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While the job prospects for engineers are healthy in 2018, job-seeking engineers must still put in a lot of time and energy if they want to find a job opportunity that best suits them. In addition to finding a good opportunity, candidates must still compete with one another, as companies rarely hand out an engineering Read more »

Your Guide to a Successful Temp Career

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When you sign up for temporary work, you may be hoping to work one assignment, and then move onto a full-time position. You might not plan to work two, three or even four assignments, but sometimes this is what happens. You end up having a mini “temp career” in the middle of your work history, Read more »