When you send out a resume today, you can be nearly certain that it will wind up going through automated applicant tracking system (ATS) software. Continue reading How to Get Your Resume Past Today’s Software
By Ron Kness
In today’s workplace, 64 percent of employees favor changing jobs several times throughout their career, and when narrowed down to just millennials, that percentage jumps to Continue reading Is Job Hopping Good for Your Career?
By Tawanah Reeves-Ligon
According to the most recent analyses conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics since the COVID-19 outbreak, projected growth for many STEM/STEAM occupations in the United States is expected to further increase as the country’s needs continue to shift. Continue reading America’s Educated, Experienced, Invisible Workforce
Like all industries, manufacturing is currently impacted by the global pandemic and recovery. But it’s also in the midst of a long-term shift. Continue reading Long Term Trends in Manufacturing Jobs
You may have heard that employers are interested in hiring people with good “soft skills.” But what exactly are good soft skills? Continue reading Is a Lack of Soft Skills Keeping You from Opportunity?
The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) Virtual Career Fair is FREE and easily connects you – in real-time – with employers seeking to hire mid-level to experienced Latinx talent on May 20, 1am – 3pm CDT.
Click here to register.
By Neal Morrison – CareerCoach@CityCareerFair.com
In June 2020, job growth broke records with almost 4.8 million jobs gained. Moreover, this was during the COVID-19 pandemic. Virtual hiring methods, such as virtual career fairs, have facilitated most of this hiring. Continue reading How to Get Hired at a Virtual Career Fair
By Ashley Strickland
When astronaut Scott Kelly spent nearly a year in space, his heart shrank despite the fact that he worked out six days a week over his 340-day stay, according to a new study.
Tech continues to play a larger and larger role in businesses and industries of all stripes. As companies bring on more and newer technology to help improve productivity, employees who were initially trained on older systems or who are new to a higher-tech workplace may struggle to keep up or even resist using the new tech at all.
Big Data dominates our economy. Yet, we don’t have consistent, standardized and real-time data on the jobs driving that 21stcentury-Big Data economy: science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).