4 Things You Should Do Immediately After an Interview

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  During the job search, so much focus is put on crafting the perfect resume and cover letter and having a successful interview. While these preparations are necessary, it’s important to remember to consider how to follow up with potential employers after your interview. Read on for tips on how to follow up the right way!  4 Interview… Read more »

Moving Up – How to Become a Construction Manager

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  Whether you are just beginning your career in the construction industry or working in it for a while, you may already be wondering how you can become a construction manager. What is a Construction Manager? In the field, construction managers plan, direct, or coordinate activities pertaining to the construction and maintenance of structures, facilities,… Read more »

The Value of Taking a Temp Job During a Time of Uncertainty

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  The workforce is facing uncertain times. Throughout history, every industry has had challenging times, but as a job seeker, as you’re going through a tough time, it can be hard to visualize working a successful job. In these situations, working a temporary job can be a very beneficial career option. Benefits of Temporary Work… Read more »

Check Out These 5 Tips for Working Your First Warehouse Job

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Are you starting a new job in a warehouse? Congratulations! Most new hires will feel a sense of relief as they accept their new job, but are you confident? A few tips to help your new job start off smoothly is always a good idea. 5 Tips to Be Successful at Your First Warehouse Job… Read more »

What to Do If You Are Nervous About Returning to Work

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  Many Americans breathed a sigh of relief when businesses began reopening after the COVID-19 pandemic fears and subsequent government restrictions. The reopening was a sign of promise, but even though there was excitement and relief, employees still are nervous about returning to the workplace. If you are one of those workers who is struggling… Read more »

The Benefits of Going Back to Work Instead of Collecting Unemployment

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  The job market has seen a range of ups and downs in 2020 – and it’s only June. Over 30 million workers have applied for unemployment since the middle of March. Unemployment benefits are usually managed within the states; however, with the CARES Act, a provision was made that adds a sizable amount of… Read more »

4 Tips For Connecting with Your Interviewer

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There’s a lot that determines the success of an interview. While it can be overwhelming, with proper preparation, you can make a lasting impression during a job interview. One of the best ways you should prepare for your interview is to understand how to connect with your interviewer. This can help build rapport, calm your… Read more »

What You Need to Know About Working with a Recruiter

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A lot goes into a job search and working with a recruiter can make all the difference. They can get you through the doors of your dream company, find you new connections, provide feedback on resume and materials, and even give you interview coaching. Follow These 4 Tips When Working with a Recruiter All these… Read more »

What to Look For in Construction Candidates

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Construction candidates can present a wide variety of skills and experience when their applications come to your desk or even in the shortlist you want to interview. This can sometimes make it especially difficult to decide which candidate is best for the job. Ultimately, you want to hire the candidate who makes you feel that… Read more »

The Top 5 Skills You Need to Be an Electrician

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  Aside from the required schooling, training, and certifications, there are other skills that electricians need to be successful in their careers. Proficiency in these skills will not only help with your career, but they can also keep you and everyone around you safe. Mechanical Aptitude This might seem obvious, but a good electrician would… Read more »