Career Advice That Doubles as Great Life Advice

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A successful career is built by the same factors that contribute to a more fulfilling life: Strong character and purposeful choices. What’s more, being passionate, driven and sincere in our careers directly helps us lead happier lives. As you grow in your career, you look for meaning and satisfaction, interact with people from different walks… 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 »

5 Reasons to Implement a Wellness Program for Your Manufacturing Employees

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5 Reasons to Implement a Wellness Program for Your Manufacturing Employees

A 2017 study by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the Health Research and Education Trust found that 58 percent of small firms and 85 percent of large firms offer some form of wellness program to their employees. These wellness initiatives include smoking cessation, weight management, lifestyle coaching, and subsidized use of fitness facilities (gyms and… Read more »

3 Things You Must Show the Interviewer During the Interview

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On paper, it can be difficult to see what sets one person apart from another; what makes one candidate a better fit for a position. That’s why the interview is so important. It’s more than just a meet-and-greet, it’s a chance for you to stand out from the crowd and show the hiring manager you… Read more »

How to Work with Difficult People

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  In a perfect world, everyone would get along with everyone else. But sometimes, that just isn’t the case. Despite your best efforts, you may find yourself stuck working alongside someone you just don’t like, or who doesn’t like you. So, what can you do to make it easier when you’re working with difficult people?… Read more »