5 Technology Trends Affecting the Engineering Industry

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  As technology changes, so does the engineering industry. We’ve seen amazing advances in consumer technology, business intelligence, in machine learning and in the internet of things, all of which are quickly shifting how engineers think about their work. To stay ahead of the curve in this industry, it’s important to stay in the know… Read more »

How to Make Quality Connections at a Networking Event

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  Networking is аll аbоut dеvеlорing quality relationships. Some less experienced networkers struggle tо mаkе ԛuаlitу contacts, so hеrе аrе ѕоmе common nеtwоrking miѕtаkеѕ people mаkе, along with ѕоmе tips оn hоw tо аvоid thеm and build a strong rapport with other professionals. Mistake #1. Being a “Card Puѕhеr” Nеtwоrking is NOT a numbеrѕ gаmе…. Read more »

Scientific Research on Identifying High-Potential Employees

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  Finding the right person for the job can be a real challenge for employers, but finding the right person who also has long-term potential to grow and flourish within an organization, can seem all but a matter of luck. Hiring managers don’t have a crystal ball to see into the future of a candidate,… Read more »

Why You Should Use a Staffing Agency

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Finding your first job can be a very daunting experience. It takes hours and hours to work through all the job postings, want ads and applying directly to websites of companies you would like to work with. You apply to the position, you wait, and you wait, and you wait some more and in some… Read more »

Following Up After the Interview

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Now that the interview is done, it’s time to play the waiting game.  What should you be doing while you wait to hear back from the company?  One thing you shouldn’t do is wait around and hope that you will receive an offer.  What you should do is continue applying for jobs and interviewing with… Read more »

What to do on the day of the interview.

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Ignore everyone that says the day before the interview is the most important. There is no more important day in a job hunt than the day you actually sit down and interview. Sure a lot of prep should be done the day before. Directions should be acquired, research done, cloths picked out, alarm set, etc.,… Read more »

Research the Company Before an Interview

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Finally. Finally you have an interview lined up for a job you really want. Now what? You have two options.  Option one put on your best suit and walk into to the company the day of your interview ready to wing it. Option two is to do some research and walk in confident ready to… Read more »

Asking Questions During an Interview

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Now that you are going in for an interview there is something you need to think about.  Sure, you need to practice answering questions they could ask you, but just as importantly, you need to think about the questions you could ask them.    For some of you, if it is your first time interviewing,… Read more »

Phone Interviews

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                It is always exciting to have a recruiter or company call you back and say that they are interested in interviewing you. Getting to that point takes a lot of hard effort, both in your schooling and your job search! The next step, however, is just as critical… Read more »

Practice Interviewing, Behavioral Questions, and the STAR Technique.

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So you’ve polished your resume, combed the job boards, and applied to a few positions that you really feel could be a great fit. And then the great news comes; a recruiter has looked over your resume and is inviting you in for an interview! It may seem like you are home free at this… Read more »