How Many Questions Should I Ask in an Interview?

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“To ask or not to ask – that is the question.”    — Shakespeare (sort of)  Job interviews are not one-way interrogations. After all, you’re not on trial here. Ideally, you will learn as much about your potential employer as they will about you. This means you need a few questions of your own. Some questions… Read more »

Don’t Hire a Robot: Watching for Soft Skills During an Interview

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We live in an increasingly robotic world. Everything is becoming more and more automated and technology-driven. Even in the workplace, machinery and equipment replace people in countless industries. However, machinery and technology aren’t the only “robots” in the workforce. People can be a sort of robots as well. For example, if someone is entirely hard-skill… Read more »

Searching for a Job in Light Industrial — Everything You Need to Know!    

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Two manufacturing workers looking at CNC machine

A pearl forms when a tiny, irritable speck of dirt, or even a parasite, worms its way into an oyster. To defend itself from the unwelcome guest, the mollusk secretes a fluid coating the debris layer by layer until a pearl is formed. There’s a life lesson in this –sometimes, the debris and the “little,… Read more »

Interview Tips: Impress Your Interviewer with These Questions

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When your interviewer asks you if you have any questions for them, a few that you came up with on the spot likely won’t uncover much useful information or make a lasting positive impression. Seemingly benign, the customary conclusion of a job interview still catches some people off guard. Smart and prepared interviewees know well-thought-out… Read more »