Want to Advance Your Career This Year? Start By Doing These 5 Things!

At the start of the new year, many professionals focus on their careers. They’re looking for ways to grow and advance, ensuring they can achieve both their short- and long-term career goals. In some cases, figuring out how to get started is surprisingly tricky. If you want to take your professional life to the next… Read More »

5 Ways to Avoid Burnout in 2022

Job burnout is surprisingly common among hard-working professionals. It’s often a response to ongoing job-related stress, either due to struggles in a specific role or job environment or declining interest in a career field, leading to tumbling engagement and rising frustration. Thankfully, burnout doesn’t have to be an inevitable response to career-related challenges. If you… Read More »

Are You Planning to Quit? Consider These 5 Things First

Today, workers are leaving their jobs in droves. As a result, an increasing number of professionals are considering quitting themselves. However, since resigning is a significant risk, it’s often hard for people to determine if walking away from their position is actually the right move. It is easier to determine if taking your career in… Read More »

The Advance Group Attends EOI Pioneer Open House

Mindy VanAcker and Tyler Vanderhorst were honored to be invited to EOI Pioneer’s open house in Dundee, Michigan. “Michigan’s business climate and highly skilled manufacturing workforce provide an environment where businesses like EOI Pioneer can grow and thrive, creating good-paying jobs for Michiganders in Monroe County,” said Governor Gretchen Whitmer. “This is great news for working people, their families, and our economy as we continue our economic jumpstart and put… Read More »

3 Things to Add to Your Resume for 2022

Your resume is your key to new opportunities. If you want to stand out from the competition, you need to make sure that yours is on point. Often, this means adapting to new resume trends, ensuring you meet the hiring manager’s expectations. If you aren’t sure where to begin, here are three things to add… Read More »

Want to Gain “Real World Skills”? Try One of These 5 Jobs!

If you’re a current college student, gaining “real-world skills” might be essential. Many educational endeavors give students ample knowledge to apply, but they don’t always introduce opportunities to use new skills in practical ways. In some cases, that can make it harder to land your first position in your new field. Luckily, by snagging the… Read More »

Trying to Balance Work and School? Read This!

Working while getting your degree can be incredibly challenging. Often, it is hard to find the time to manage all of those obligations, leaving you feeling stressed or anxious about maintaining quality standards. At the same time, you try to make your educational goals a reality. Luckily, there are ways to make it easier. With… Read More »

Are You Going Back to Work? These Tips Will Help!

With COVID-19 restrictions easing and many workplaces reopening, professionals have to find ways to transition from a remote work arrangement to an in-office one. As with shifting to telecommuting, heading back to work has many employees feeling anxious and uncertain. Professionals may worry about accommodating their commute again, engaging with colleagues face-to-face, or finding office-appropriate… Read More »

This Skill Matters for Every Job – Here’s How to Improve Yours!

When professionals think about job-related skills, they often focus on niche technical capabilities that are relatively unique to their role. However, certain abilities are universally beneficial, ensuring you can succeed regardless of your primary field. One skill that matters in essentially every job is writing. Whether you’re sending a quick email to a colleague, creating… Read More »

How to Become Easy to Hire

When companies hire a new employee, they are effectively taking a risk. While they know that adding a member to their team is crucial, they also understand that a bad hire can be incredibly costly. Since most hiring managers are working with minimal information, choosing the right candidate is often difficult. However, candidates can position… Read More »