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Atention to Deetail…

I was reviewing workshop proposals for an upcoming conference, and was surprised at the number of typographical errors in the submitted proposals. I am used to seeing a certain number of typos or spelling errors in resumes I review, but not in writings of professionals in my own field. Maybe I overreacted, but seeing a proposal with several misspelled … Continue reading

5 Jobseeking Tips I Learned the Hard Way

I have the great fortune of working with highly experienced and talented counselors and workforce development specialists, who have spent many years at our agency giving information and assistance to the unemployed. While I have several years of experience under my belt, I count it as a double blessing that I have lately been on … Continue reading

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Satisfied… Or Not?

85% of employers say their employees are proud to work for their company. Only 71% of workers agree.

(SOURCE: Randstad Engagement Study)

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