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Poll Results: Answering the Hardest Interview Questions

Here’s what you had to say. Recently we asked our Movin’ On Up readers the interview questions they need help with. The top choice was “What are your top five strengths and weaknesses,” with more than 32% of the vote. “Why are you leaving (or want to leave) your current job/company” came in second with […]

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Poll Results: The Most Popular Employee Training Programs

Is your company offering the training you want? Getting to know the ins and outs of a new company can be complicated. You’re juggling learning about the company history and culture with remembering your new co-workers’ names and getting familiar with the responsibilities specific to your position. That’s where employee training comes in. A great […]

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Poll Results: Are Companies Offering the Flexible Work Employees Crave?

And how do workers define flexible work? Open up any employment news report these days and you’ll see that workers want flexible schedules. But what does that even mean? And does it mean the same thing to workers as it does to employers? We decided to find out with two polls. One here on Movin’ […]

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Poll Results: Is Your Career Turning into Your Parents?

Did your parents influence your career? We’ve all heard the saying: “one day you’ll turn around and realize you’ve turned into your parents.” Maybe you finally started to go bald like dad, or you sent your teenager to their room for a fender bender and realized how your mom felt when you wrecked your first […]

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Poll Results: The Most Popular Part-Time Jobs

Which job should you choose? Fulltime work isn’t for everyone. Some workers are at a point in their lives where they want to spend more time with their families and less time at the office. Others need to be able to balance taking care of children or sick relatives with earning a paycheck. For those […]

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Poll Results: What Benefits Do Employees Crave?

Last month we asked readers what benefits, not including health, they valued most from employers. The Results Having a flexible work schedule led the pack with 17.57% of the vote, while generous/unlimited vacation time and opportunities to work from home/remotely followed in second and third, with 12.83% and 11.85%, respectively. The rest of the results […]

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Poll Results: Achieving Your Career Dreams in 2018

Last month we conducted a Movin’ On Up poll asking readers which part of their career they plan to focus on this year. Check out the results below! Getting Hired Just over 18% of respondents indicated they want to get hired in 2018. How do you get the job? Hard work and dedication. If you […]

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Poll Results: What’s Keeping You from a Promotion?

Poll Results: What’s Keeping You from a Promotion?

Last month we conducted a Movin’ On Up poll asking readers why they think they haven’t received a promotion. What Employees Say Just under 28% said it was because of favoritism, while 12% said there just weren’t any positons to promote to. “Other” took up 13% of the vote, with users submitting answers including “haven’t […]

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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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Poll Results: Are You Over or Underemployed?

Last month we conducted a Movin’ On Up poll asking whether readers believed they were over or underemployed. A resounding 85% said they are underemployed. Only 9% said they were well-suited for their job, while 4% said they were over-employed. It can be hard to keep going at a job where you’re underemployed. You aren’t […]

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