The Resume Template to Help You Land That Manufacturing Job

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Structured and impersonal, resumes are a necessary evil of job hunting.  Trying to recall everything you’ve done in your past jobs, tailoring it to each job you apply to and making it stand out from other candidates you’re competing against is stressful.  Fortunately, the structure that makes a resume so boring also makes writing one a straightforward process. Below… Read more »

Questions You Must Ask Your Interviewer if You Want to Make it to The Next Round

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Job interviews ought to feel like a polite conversation, with each person asking questions and giving answers. While your interviewer should take precedence when it comes to asking questions, you should expect to ask questions as well. When you ask thoughtful questions based on good research, you gain valuable insight into the opportunity while showing… Read more »

How Becoming a Better Listener Can Improve Your Career

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We all like to think we are good listeners, but we’re not. Think about it: When was the last time you zoned out on someone talking about their workday? It was probably recently. Being a good listener is a social skill that is very useful in a professional setting. Paying attention to what your boss… Read more »

What Should You Do if You’re Being Bullied at Work?

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Workplace bullying occurs in both subtle and not-so-subtle ways, and this duplicitous nature makes it a difficult thing to stamp out. While bullying can include verbal abuse, property damage and public embarrassment, it can also take the form of unrealistic expectations, lies and deceit. If you are being bullied, you may be worried that calling… Read more »