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Poll Summary Results: How would you prepare for a highly skilled job?

With the evolution of technology, the skills gap, or the lack of qualified workers to fill highly skilled jobs, has become a very hot topic. In fact, according to a survey by Express Employment Professionals, 53% of  employers reported difficulty filling jobs. Since many of these jobs require higher education or experience, we asked how […]

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Do you want to win $1,000? Share your Job Journey to enter!

At Express Employment Professionals, we know placing people in jobs makes a big impact in their lives, and we want to hear your story. Capturing and sharing these stories supports our mission of putting a million people to work annually and allows you to share the difference a job has made in your life. Tell […]

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How To Tie a Simple Knot

Looking professional both in interviews and on the job is an important element of your professional life. To help add a professional look to your wardrobe, we want to share easy how-to instructions for wearing common tie knots. Recently, we shared instructions for completing the Windsor knot, Kelvin knot, and bow tie. This month, check out […]

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Poll: Do You Plan on Looking for Seasonal Work this Year?

Poll: Do You Plan on Looking for Seasonal Work this Year?

The holiday season is the busiest time of year for many businesses. With shopping at its peak, some employers look to staffing companies to help handle the extra workload. While the holiday season is still a few months away, many businesses are already starting to hire seasonal workers. So, we want to know: are you […]

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When it’s Okay to Ask About Pay

If the world were perfect, hunger would be eradicated, chocolate wouldn’t have calories, and you could go in to every job knowing exactly how much you’re going to get offered. Unfortunately, the world is not perfect. So, how do you find out a job’s salary when you’re in an interview? Depending on the company, the […]

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It’s Time to Enhance Your Resume

It’s Time to Enhance Your Resume

The Job Genius program from Express Employment Professionals is an educational video series that offers insights on the job market and how to get a job. The video series includes information on writing your resume, finding job opportunities, interviewing, and more. No matter how long you’ve been searching, you know the important role your resume […]

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What to do When You Have Too Many Interviews

When you’re on the job hunt, having a ton of interviews can get exhausting—especially if they don’t lead to an actual job. Roughly 60% of all job hunters undergo three or more interviews before receiving an offer. However, according to a recent survey by Right Management, only 3% have one interview before landing a job.  […]

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Make a Cool Impression at Your Summer Job

Every summer, many students look for temporary work while they take a break from school. Summer jobs are a great way to make money, meet new people, and enhance your resume. They’re also an important stepping stone in your career path, whether the job you choose is part of your overall career goals or not. […]

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Don’t Let Your LinkedIn Profile Go On Vacation

The season for summer vacations is here! Many people are packing up their suitcases, lathering on the sunscreen, and hitting the hottest vacation spots while school is on a break and the weather is nice. Although it’s important to get away and take time to relax and unwind from school, work, or your job search, […]

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Ask a Recruiter: What Experiences Count as Experience

Finding the right job to fit your skills and personality can be difficult—especially when you’re starting a new career. We know there’s a lot to learn, and we want to help by answering your questions. Our very own industry experts at Express Employment Professionals are posting their recruitment and hiring answers right here on the […]

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