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Safety Month: Forklift Safety

We’re back to wrap up National Safety Month with one last set of tips. Getting your forklift certification is something worth celebrating. Forklifts are great tools that allow you to do things you could never accomplish alone. However, improper use of these warehouse workhorses could result in injury or even death. Every three days, someone […]

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On the Job Podcast – Entrepreneurial Dreams: Passion in Puns

On the Job Podcast – Entrepreneurial Dreams: Passion in Puns

In this episode of On the Job, we hear about Merrily Grashin, whose career began in New York City, doodling images and writing clever puns about the world that surrounded her while waitressing and bartending. Encouraged by the people she met along the way, she used her natural skill as an artist to launch her own […]

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Interviews: Proving You’re a Teammate Worth Hiring

Wondering what it takes to thrive in the workplace? You’re the perfect job candidate. Your resume is chock full of keywords and metrics showing you know what you’re doing. Perhaps you’ve increased ROI by 40%, averaged seventy words-per-minute, or mastered a certain software program. These are all hard skills, abilities and experiences you may frequently […]

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On the Job: From Hired to Retired—Season 2 Episode 1

On the Job: From Hired to Retired—Season 2 Episode 1

Featuring stories about the pursuit of work Movin’ On Up is proud to announce season two of the On the Job podcast series, brought to you by Express Employment Professionals. Jobs give us a connection to our communities and the ability to provide for ourselves and our families. Your work may be your passion or it could […]

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How to Turn a Job Fair into a Job Offer

Not sure how to prepare for a job fair? We’ve got you covered. Ours is a digital world, full of instant tweets and live Facebook updates. So it’s not surprising that many people have started to doubt the usefulness of the traditional, decidedly non-digital job fair. Why go through the trouble of meeting a recruiter […]

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Will You Get a Job in 2018?

2018 is here! As you get your resume ready and look to the future, what is your outlook? Are you excited? Cautious? Scared? What do you think the job market is going to look like in the new year? Let us know by voting in our poll!

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Resume Tips to Impress Your Interviewer

As the weather gets colder, heat up your resume Interviewers and HR professionals go through hundreds of resumes a day. And that’s after computers have already gone through thousands more. If you really want to stand out, you need to add something extra to your resume. After all, you can’t make an impression without an […]

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Poll: Are You Over or Underemployed?

Poll: Are You Over or Underemployed?

Despite the current job market trending in favor of job seekers, many workers find themselves trapped in positions that don’t align with their experience and abilities. Some find that their skills and expertise are not fully utilized (underemployed), while others are treading water in positions that are over their heads (overemployed). Both are tricky situations […]

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Find a Holiday Job Now

Did you know holiday hiring has already started? Holiday hiring is already in full swing. Businesses need to prepare for the increased traffic the holiday months are sure to bring. Here are a few reasons why now is a great time to look for a seasonal job. Harvest Season For many areas in the United […]

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Poll Results: Will You Retire?

A few months ago we held a Movin’ On Up poll asking whether or not retirement was in your future. Only about 23% of those polled said that they planned to retire. Twenty-nine percent said they can’t afford to retire, while 15% think retirement would be boring. Just fewer than 9% don’t see a reason […]

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