Topic:  Manufacturing Jobs – Made in America Seasoned manufacturing professionals are aware that the United States has not seen a boom in manufacturing jobs since the 1950’s and 1960’s.  When the current administration came into the White House, several things happened that made us all aware that the US is overall dependent on foreign manufacturers…

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Three years ago, I decided to ‘take a leap’ of faith: I said goodbye to my career in media and advertising and said hello to a new world of executive recruiting. I celebrated my work anniversary by posting a reflection of my accomplishments over the last few years on Linkedin. My post went viral with…

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Dream job: 5 steps to turn your passion into a job       Check out these top dream jobs you never even knew existed. If you have something you love to do, there are ways to make it your profession.       ·      The average American worker puts in 38.7 hours a week…

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Ten Signs You’re Shooting Too Low In Your Job Search   Dear Liz,   I’ve been job-hunting since October. Maybe I was naive thinking my job search would be quick and easy. I’ve been in the insurance industry for over twenty years.   I’ve been an agent, an office manager and held almost every insurance…

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Ten Rules Job Seekers Are Allowed To Break Now The working world is changing dramatically around us.   The job-search world has changed, too. You can’t be a complacent job seeker these days. You have to be proactive. You can’t follow the old rules:   Apply for jobs online, then wait.   If you don’t…

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Millennials, Here’s Why Job Titles Don’t Matter Anymore I can’t tell you how many times my Dad used to ask me about what exactly it was again that I was doing for a living. Coming from the “black and white” world of accounting on Wall Street, he wasn’t satisfied with my answer that didn’t fit…

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Best and Worst Jobs For 2016 A lot of factors go into determining what is a good or a bad job. How in demand is it? Is there opportunity for growth and advancement? What is the work environment like? Is the job dangerous? Is it stressful? How much autonomy will I have? Perhaps most important…

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The Battle For Information Technology Jobs 2014 #Tech Jobs In the town of Verona on the rural fringes of Madison, Wisc., there’s a Google GOOGL +1.54%-like campus that houses one of the country’s most rapidly growing tech companies, and one of the least well known. Founded in 1979, the medical software maker Epic has grown to…

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The best (and worst) jobs for 2014 CareerCast is out with their annual ranking of the 10 best and 10 worst jobs for 2014, and let’s just say that math and science guys everywhere are about to high-five. Nine out of 10 of the best jobs fell into the STEM career category (science, technology, engineering…

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Electrical and Electronics Engineer Job Outlook Employment of electrical and electronics engineers is expected to grow 6 percent from 2010 to 2020, slower than the average for all occupations. Job growth is expected because of electrical and electronics engineers’ versatility in developing and applying emerging technologies. On the other hand, employment growth will be tempered by…

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