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Workplace Woes

Why workers can’t find employers and why employers can’t find the workers they want

We’ve all heard by now about the reported skills shortage that exists in the U.S., specifically among engineers, IT professionals, financial professionals, and healthcare workers—and if you haven’t, check out Randstad’s Inspiring Experts.

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How to Write the Perfect Resume

 

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A technical spin on customer service: it’s not just a call center anymore

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Differentiator: do you have good soft skills?

By: Gary Coleman

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Resume: your biggest selling point or the document of your own demise

You know the old saying, “you’re only as good as your last project?” Well, whether you’re a recent college graduate or a veteran employee, you’re only as good as the latest version of your resume.

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Jobs in demand: Human Resources

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Internships, interim jobs, and seemingly irrelevant positions: how to spin your current job into your long-term career

Whether you’re just starting out or having to start over, we’ve all been in work situations that are less than ideal. Finding your forever job takes, well, work. Maybe you’re an intern and just starting out, or maybe you’re in a temporary turnpike and only seem to be landing short-term gigs, or, and we hope this isn’t the case, you’re in a job that you just can’t stand to do another day. Whatever your situation is, there are ways of taking your current position and making it work, for you.

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The internet persona and how hiring managers use social media to screen job candidates

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Show me the money… and the jobs: top growth industries over the next 5 years

It’s hard to believe that the Internet has only been around and used by the public since the 1990s. Think of all of the jobs that stemmed from that one mainstreaming of technology. Now try to imagine what jobs are going to be popular, in what industries, over the next five years. The possibilities, literally, are endless.

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