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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, regularly updates their requirements for safety in the workplace. For your career in manufacturing or warehouse work, how can you demonstrate that you have a complete understanding of safety requirements and how to implement safe behavior on the job? Here are some of the most recent updates… Read more »

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Nobody’s perfect. And that means we occasionally make decisions that affect us negatively. One such case is when we quit a job and regret it. Sometimes the new venture doesn’t work out or the opportunity you thought would happen simply never materializes. But does that mean it’s the end of the world? If you’ve quit… Read more »

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3-Things-Every-Mechanical-Technician-Should-Know

Are you looking for a job as a mechanical technician? Mechanical engineering technicians are professionals who apply theory and principles of mechanical engineering to develop, modify or test essential equipment for manufacturing. A mechanical technician usually works under the direction of engineers. They will generally bring an associate’s degree or other training in mechanical engineering… Read more »

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Your job search seems simple, right? You apply to open positions, meet their interview requirements, and get the job offer. But it may be more complicated than that. Companies use a lot of funnels to find the top talent in the greater Seattle area, so it’s important to know how to be seen by the… Read more »

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If you are currently restructuring your employment options, you face a rapidly changing job search market. Whether you are looking for your first job or you simply realize it is time for a change, it can be difficult to know where to start if you have been out of the game for a while. Take… Read more »

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Millennials consider ‘company culture’ more seriously than any working generation, and with good reason. Salary and position are less important to this generation – they are much more concerned with the experience the working environment will provide them. Regardless of how high the unemployment rate may be at any given time, today’s job market is… Read more »

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4-Ways-to-Leave-a-Lasting-Impression-During-an-Interview

The modern recruiter is sorting through more potential employees than ever before. The proliferation of recruiting technology has literally opened office doors to an endless array of prospects, which may or may not be a good thing. Regardless of the quality of your competition, you definitely do not want to be lumped in with the… Read more »

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Experts tell us that millennials will have seven careers in a lifetime. High turnover doesn’t necessarily mean dissatisfaction with work, but there are many other reasons to look for a new job. Is it time for you to move on? Let’s take a look at some signs you may want to pay attention to. Thinking… Read more »

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You spent time and money on your resume and your look. You woke up two hours early to make sure you got to the interview on time. All this work can be dashed to bits in seconds if you say the wrong thing! Recruiters all have horror stories of candidates who looked great on paper… Read more »