It’s OK to Turn Down a Light Industrial Job Offer

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  During your search for a new light industrial job, you’ll like examine a plethora of opportunities, and not every one will be right for you. Maybe there is an issue with the job duties, commute, salary, or even the company itself. Regardless of the reason, sometimes turning down a job offer is actually a… Read more »

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Job Search at Work

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    Even though most employers understand that some of their staff is looking to move on to other opportunities, that doesn’t mean conducting a job search while at work is wise. When you’re on company time, you’re being paid to perform duties associated with your position, and looking for a new job certainly doesn’t… Read more »

Should New Grads Negotiate Salary in IT?

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  If you’re a recent college graduate, you likely feel pretty thankful if you already have a job offer in your hands. However, that doesn’t mean you feel happy about the salary they chose to offer. And, if you don’t have an offer yet, that doesn’t mean you aren’t curious as to how to proceed… Read more »

Can You Apply to Entry-Level Administrative Jobs that Require Experience?

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  When most people think of entry-level administrative positions, they picture a job that doesn’t require any previous experience. However, many of these opportunities include experience requirements, making this starter position seem like anything but. For those coming straight out of school or looking to shift careers, this can be especially frustrating as it makes… Read more »

The Projected Top Jobs of 2020

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It’s hard to imagine what the job scene will look like in 2020, but as a business you do need to stay ahead of market trends. In the next decade, there will be many new jobs and many obsolete jobs created by technology and industry changes. This means the way in which your employees perform… Read more »