Want More “Good Days”? This Will Help

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For some of us, the good days seem to be few and far between. In the midst of an uncertain economy and an unsteady job market, it can be difficult to find the morale needed to make every day a success. If you’re struggling to turn your mindset around, or even if you’re just having… Read more »

This Job Interview Mistake Costs You the Job Every Time

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Although most job interviews follow a rather standard process, especially among the temporary workforce, it’s still one of the most stressful parts of the job hunt. While it’s important to make the interview into a two-way interaction, most job seekers simply talk too much. Instead, try to let your resume do the talking; you’re just… Read more »

The Right Way to Say No to a Work Assignment

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The world of the average temporary worker is a tough one. While it’s important to take on new assignments when they come your way, it can be difficult – if not downright impossible – to assume responsibility for a project you’re just not comfortable with. In this case, it’s important you’re able to say no… Read more »

Do You Need a Welding Certification?

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Many workers are under the impression that a welding certification isn’t required to lead a successful career as a welder. After all, certification isn’t a requirement for many of the welding roles seen in factories and fabrication shops of today. While it’s not a solid requirement, a welding certification can benefit your career in numerous… Read more »

Which Excel Skills Get You an Inventory Clerk Job?

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Although the role might entail different responsibilities depending on the exact company you’re applying to, the job of the inventory clerk is a rather standard function. Not only will you be responsible for overseeing the company’s inventory management system, you’ll likely be tasked with duties in recordkeeping, data analysis and reporting. One of the most… Read more »

How Can You Find a Job on Facebook?

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It wasn’t long ago when the typical job hunt was restricted to the classified ads in newspapers, local bulletin boards and industry-driven career fairs. The prevalence of the internet has given rise to a brand-new avenue of approach for those who are looking for jobs: social media. While there are some sites that are specifically… Read more »

There’s a Gap in Your Resume – Now What?

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Resumes hold a lot of weight in the manufacturing industry today. Instead of filling out a generic application, many candidates would rather take the time to write an attractive and informative resume. Conversely, many hiring managers and industry leaders would rather read a compelling resume than flip through pages of standardized applications. However, some resumes… Read more »

What Do You Do After Your Job Assignment Is Over?

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Temporary jobs come and go; that is the nature of the field. While many are eager to make the transition to full-time employment, some have no other choice but to look for the next available opportunity. In this case, there are some steps you can take that will make this process a little bit easier…. Read more »

How to Focus Yourself to Start the Day Right

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Starting your day off right is critical to both short- and long-term success. Whether you’re searching for a job, just starting a temporary assignment or part of a well-oiled machine, it can be incredibly helpful to establish and maintain a routine. This can be easier said than done, especially if you’re dependent on temporary jobs… Read more »

4 Tips to Set and Reach Your Career Goals

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The practice of setting goals for yourself, both in your personal life and career, can do a lot for your self-esteem and long-term success. If you’re a recent graduate whose future career path is unclear or even if you’re an established professional with a bulletproof plan, you can use goals to maintain your trajectory and… Read more »