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5 Light Industrial Jobs You Can Apply to Without Any Prior Experience

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Most people think that light industrial jobs involve handling heavy machinery and working in large production facilities. But this is not always the case. As the name suggests, light industrial jobs are industrial jobs on a lighter or smaller scale. There’s can still be quite a bit of machinery involved, especially in the case of… Read more »

5 Valuable Life Lessons You Can Learn From a Job Rejection

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Let’s face it, getting a job rejection—especially after what you thought was a great interview—can be disheartening, so much so that it makes you want to give up on your job search. But despite the pain and blow to your ego, a job rejection can be a valuable learning opportunity. Instead of sulking, why not… Read more »

Use These 4 Simple Resume Hacks to Land More Interviews in 2018

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With another year upon us, now is the perfect time to tweak—maybe even revamp—your resume. Whether you’re just about to begin your job hunt, or you’re in the middle of one, these resume hacks should help your application get noticed by hiring managers.   Keep Your Resume Format Simple Most HR departments are swamped with… Read more »

The Toxic Thoughts That Are Ruining Your Interview Before It Even Begins

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It’s easy to have a negative mindset when you’re looking for a job. Whether your search has been unproductive despite being at it for months, or you feel that you’re being left behind by the competition, falling into a spiral of negative thinking can have a detrimental impact on your job search and next interview…. Read more »

This is What You Don’t Have to Include in Your Manufacturing Resume

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In many ways, you’re better off having less than more in your manufacturing resume. While this may seem to do more harm than good, having a tight and concise resume will ensure that a recruiter or manager will see the most important details about your professional experience in the manufacturing industry. If your resume repeats… Read more »

What’s in Store for the Wichita Job Market?

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According to a report by the Center for Economic Development and Business Research (CEDBR) at Wichita State University, nonfarm jobs in the Wichita metro area are expected to increase by a modest 0.4 percent in 2018, while jobs in Kansas are expected to grow by 0.1 percent. The percentages represent the addition of 1,065 in… Read more »

3 Things to Expect in an Interview with a Recruiter

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In today’s competitive job market, even if you have what looks like a great resume, there’s still the problem of standing out from the pile of applications sitting on almost any hiring manager’s desk. What you need is a way to tell potential employers “Look at me, this is what I can do for you!”… Read more »

4 Simple Ways to Refresh Your Resume in 2018

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Another new year is upon us, and for many people, it’s a chance to begin life anew, whether it’s with a new hobby, a new resolution, or even a new job. Whether you’re in between jobs and looking for work, or currently have a job but are passively looking for newer and better opportunities, it’s… Read more »

How to Make a Career Change Without Completely Disrupting Your Life

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People change careers for many reasons. It may be due to a lack of interest in the industry you’re in, a change in your personal values, or a change in career goals. Either way, changing career paths can have serious ramifications to your life. But it need not be as terrifying as you think. You… Read more »