Find a New Job in the New Year!

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The new year is a good time to revitalize your job search and kickstart an exciting career in IT. Whether you’re looking for your first job, changing to a new one or looking to re-enter the workforce, job hunting is rarely an easy task. What’s more, it’s often overwhelming to navigate the job search process… Read more »

How to Construct an Attention-Grabbing Resume and Get Noticed

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Hiring managers read hundreds of resumes in a day and it’s important for yours to stand out from the pile. What’s more, a clear, concise and effective resume helps you make the important first impression. More often times than not, a thoughtfully created resume markets your strengths, showcases your accomplishments while grabbing the attention of… Read more »

Don’t Overstaff: How to Achieve Maximum Operational Efficiency

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Finding the right employee balance can be tricky. You want to make sure you have a full-enough roster to make sure that all the necessary work and day-to-day work is covered. You also want to be able to have the ability to pull people in on new projects or people who are available to help… Read more »

Ready to Become a Machinist? Start Here!

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Becoming a machinist is a great career choice for anyone with a methodical mind, good problem skills, and a knack for putting things together. This career has a good average starting salary for most positions, and according to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, the need for machinists is expected to grow 10 percent through… Read more »

Do You Have These 6 Important Skills to Work at a Front Desk?

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Front desk workers are the face of any business and often the first point of contact that a customer might have with that organization. It’s a position that requires a certain skill set and abilities. If you’re interested in getting a position as a front desk employee and serving as an ambassador for a company,… Read more »

Everything You Should Know About Conducting a Mock Job Interview

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Like any other skill or talent, you can get better at job interviews with practice and patience. In fact, it’s always a good idea to conduct a mock job interview before going to the real thing. A mock interview helps you “get in the zone,” allowing you to practice things like: Answers to common interview… Read more »

Breathe New Life into an Old Resume with These 5 Steps

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Whether you want to switch jobs or careers, or simply want to re-enter the workforce after taking a break, you need to revise your existing resume. More specifically, you should update the things that have changed since the last time you actively sought work. You don’t have to rewrite your entire resume. Instead, follow these… Read more »

Close the Skill Gap in Your Resume by Following These 4 Steps

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A successful job seeker in today’s job market is someone who stands out as the ideal candidate for a certain position. Although no one is perfect, the next best thing you can do is improve how recruiters and hiring managers see your application by tailoring your cover letter and resume for the specific job you’re… Read more »

Busting 3 Common Myths about Robotics in Manufacturing

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Although robotics in the manufacturing industry may seem like a cutting-edge development, robots have actually been used in manufacturing as early as the 60s and 70s. Today, robots are smarter and more flexible than ever, able to operate and perform a variety of tasks with little to no human intervention. But what exactly does that… Read more »

How to Survive the Dreaded Performance Improvement Plan

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Performance improvement plans often strike terror in the hearts of employees. When you are put on a PIP, your knee-jerk reaction might be to head for the nearest exit. But while it’s true that performance improvement plans often lead to terminated relationships between employer and employee, this usually happens because the latter didn’t buy into… Read more »