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Hired Today, Gone Tomorrow: Recent Grads Don’t Stay in First Jobs Very Long

For college graduates, the first job after graduation may be just a stepping stone on the way to bigger and better things, and if you’re a company that’s hired that perfect graduate, you may lose him or her quicker than you think. A recent Express Employment Professionals survey found that most employers – 77 percent [...]

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What Workers Want: Poll

What Workers Want: Poll

As we approach the holiday season, many companies are deciding how to show appreciation to their employees this year. From cash bonuses to holiday parties, the ways employers compensate, or don’t compensate, their employees’ hard work varies. We want to know how you wish your employer, or future employer, showed appreciation to employees this time [...]

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DIY – Skip the Career Ladder

From home repair projects to car tune ups and crafts, we live in a do-it-yourself world. If a traditional career path doesn’t seem as appealing to you as owning your own business, why not join the DIY craze when it comes to your career? Take the Elevator to Get There Faster Today, most young employees [...]

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Interview Showdown: You vs. the Competition

After a while, all the different interview tips can begin to run together and even feel stale. Dress to impress – done. Do your research – check. Be prepared – got it. It can seem like every job seeker out there is following the exact same advice, and you begin to question if it’s even [...]

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Instant Makeover: Look More Professional In Minutes

Looking your best in job interviews is an essential part of showing potential employers that you’re professional and serious about the opportunity. The same goes for maintaining a level of professionalism and success in the workplace. And, doing so doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, there are a number of things you can do [...]

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Avoiding Hand Injuries at Work

We use our hands for so many tasks that we often take them for granted. Imagine how difficult it would be to brush your teeth, put on shoes, drive, work or do a million other things because of an injury or loss of a hand. Unfortunately, hand injuries occur in the workplace every 32 seconds [...]

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Want a College Major That’ll Get You Hired?

If you answered yes, you may want to consider studying business, engineering, or nursing. According to a new report released by Express Employment Professionals, college graduates who have a business, engineering, accounting, or nursing degree will have a much easier time finding jobs than graduates in other professions. By the Numbers More than a quarter [...]

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Are You a Job Search Zombie? Bring Your Job Search Back to Life

The fifth season debut of The Walking Dead has everyone talking, showing that the popularity of all things zombie is not going away anytime soon. And with Halloween right around the corner, the undead will be a popular choice for anyone dressing up for a costume party or a night of trick or treating. Here [...]

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Jobs Worth Going Back to School For

Are you looking for a job or thinking about changing careers? If so, you’re not alone. In fact, a recent survey by CareerBuilder indicated that 21% of full-time employees plan to make a job change. This averages to one in five workers making a switch! In March, CareerBuilder also stated that more than half of [...]

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Four Easy Ways to Celebrate Your Boss on Boss’ Day

Thursday, Oct. 16, is Boss’ Day – a whole day to celebrate your manager and all they do, from offering career advice and guidance to providing paychecks and having the power to offer you a promotion. Much about a job depends on the manager. Originally, this fun day started as a way to say thank [...]

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