4 Tips for Creating a Stronger Welding Resume

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  Your welding resume reflects what you have to offer to an employer.  When poorly designed, your resume may be tossed aside with little consideration.  To ensure your welding resume gets the attention it deserves, take a look at the following tips. Start with a Strong Summary The summary section provides recruiters with a quick… Read more »

How to Beat the Competition to Your Dream Paralegal Career!

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    Ever wanted to work as a paralegal? If so, there are a couple of different ways you can go about landing your dream paralegal career. You will obviously need to go to school first. You can’t just walk into a law firm and apply for a paralegal job. You need to have some… Read more »

Need Help Networking for a Marketing Career? Use These 3 Tools

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  Networking is a vital part of a marketing career, no matter the years of experience the candidate has. Those who do not network will find it difficult to obtain new job opportunities throughout their careers. Smart marketing candidates have cast a wide net to reel in the best career opportunities, using technology to their… Read more »

Don’t Want to Lose Your Job? Then Don’t Make These Social Media Mistakes

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  Nearly everyone and their grandmother has a social media account today. It’s been estimated that people spend up to four hours per day checking in on their social networks. Job seekers are especially mindful of their social networks because they are continuously connecting with recruiters and hiring companies. However, they may accidentally do some… Read more »

Open Interviews – Southgate

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Open Interviews Southgate will be hosting Open Interviews Thursday, June 9th from 10am-2pm! Positions available in the Downriver Area: Machine Operator Quality Inspection Forklift Operator Production Worker General Labor CNC Programmer/Operator Grinding Operator Fabricator/Welder Import Clerk Crane Operator Please bring a current copy of your resume and 2 pieces of valid ID (State ID or… Read more »

Are You Working Too Much? Here Are Some Telltale Signs

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  Has it occurred to you that you might be working too much? You may have the nagging feeling that you are starting to get burned out or just not as enthusiastic about your job as you used to be. It’s not uncommon for people to feel this way, especially if they’ve been on the… Read more »

3 Tips for Un-Complicating Your Job Search

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  Is your job search starting to get you very stressed out? Are you overwhelmed by all the different things that you need to keep track of and do in order to get a job? You are not alone. Many people feel frustrated over the job search process – particularly if it takes months to… Read more »

Want a New Job? Read This Today!

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  Are you close to landing your dream job in Detroit Michigan? Did you know that for every job advertised, recruiters generally receive upwards of three to four hundred resumes? What this means is that the odds are already stacked against you as a candidate. However, if you take the right steps now you can… Read more »

5 Tips for a Stress-Free First Week at Your New Temp Job

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  A new temp job can be an exciting experience, especially if it’s the first time you’ve been employed in a while. But, just like anything else, it can also be a little nerve-wracking because one never knows what to expect. The first week can be especially brutal because you will be encountering new people,… Read more »

How to Un-Brand Yourself as a Job Hopper

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  Have you had a variety of jobs over the last few years? Maybe you were laid off, worked a lot of temporary assignments, or just had bad luck with companies closing their doors during the recession – in any case, your resume looks like you could be a job hopper. A classic job hopper… Read more »