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81% of Businesses Expect Growth in 2018

81% of Businesses Expect Growth in 2018

Good news for job seekers! There’s reason to be optimistic about the economic outlook for the new year. In a recent poll conducted by RefreshLeadership.com, Express Employment Professionals’ blog for business leaders, most respondents said they predict growth in 2018. Of those who participated in the poll, 23% say they will see “exponential” growth, 58% […]

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Millenials and the Job Search

Out of all the generations in the workplace, the Millennial generation seems to be the most talked about and researched today. Those born between 1980 and the late 1990s have shocked and awed the professional world, earning themselves a variety of titles, including “the most innovative generation” and  “the most entitled generation.” But, love ‘em […]

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Poll: How Do You Think Millennial employees Want to be Managed?

Poll: How Do You Think Millennial employees Want to be Managed?

A Google search on “Millennials in the workplace” returns more than 2.4 million results, reinforcing the impact this generation is having in the business world. Millennials have proven their ability to contribute in the workplace and mingle with the other generations, but it’s still a hot topic of conversation. Born between 1980 and the late-1990s, […]

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Millennial Job Hoppers

Infographic: Job Jumps and Career Changes

The millennial generation was born, raised, and influenced by technology. Just as quickly as technology changes and evolves, the focus of millennials also changes as new information and opportunities are continually made available to them.  And, according to Forbes, they’re the same way in their careers. Check out this infographic from Notre Dame Online outlining […]

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Generations and the Job Search: Who’s Having a Harder Time?

When it comes to the job market, there’s been a lot of talk about how grim things are for two different spectrums of the labor pool. Recent reports show that both new grads and mature workers are likely to have a hard time finding work right now. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says that […]

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