New to Manufacturing? Here’s How to Approach Your Interview

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Whether it’s time for a change or you’re just getting started, preparing for a job interview in the manufacturing industry can feel a little intimidating. You might not be sure what to expect or how to prepare, and you want to make a great first impression.  The good news is, you’ve already made a good […]

These 4 Simple Habits Can Improve Your Work Day

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We spend so much time at work and thinking about work that it can become all-consuming. We might not always feel like we’re getting enough done or putting our best effort forward.  Luckily, a few little changes can make every day at work a good one! You might even feel a little better about your […]

5 Ways You Can Make Your LinkedIn Profile Pop in 2022

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Having a LinkedIn profile is a must for job seekers in 2022. Not only does it give you a quick and easy way to apply for jobs, it can also be a tool that helps recruiters and hiring managers find you and contact you about jobs.  The downside is, everyone has a LinkedIn profile these […]

Transferable Skills: How to Define Them and Use Them to Your Advantage

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Did you know you have a wider variety of skills than you realize? And that your current job might be excellent preparation for a different job, in another field?  Thanks to transferable skills, the abilities you gain from working and training can be applied to jobs different from what you’re currently doing.  What are transferable […]

How These Time Management Tips Can Help You Thrive in a Manufacturing Job

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There are only so many working hours in a day, and more work needs to be done. When you work in manufacturing, you know that your efforts make a difference to people who rely on you to keep things moving smoothly. What’s the best way to stay on top of your work without losing efficiency? […]

A Temporary Job May Be the Key to Avoiding Burnout: Here’s Why

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We’ve heard a lot about burnout in the past few years — it’s a feeling of being mentally, emotionally, and physically exhausted, caused by unrelenting stress and little relief from it. The ongoing pandemic amplified the regular stresses of everyday life; workers who suddenly found themselves learning how to work from home and juggling home […]

5 Ways You Can Climb The Ladder in the Manufacturing Industry

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It’s a common refrain: People don’t make things around here anymore. But maybe that’s because there are nearly half a million job openings for manufacturing jobs, a number that’s expected to increase to more than 2 million by 2030, a shortfall that could cost the U.S. economy up to $1 trillion in that time. If […]

Budgeting 101: What You Should Do With Your Paycheck

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  Pay day – the best day of the week! Are you feeling tempted to spend it all in one place? Even veteran employees need some guidance on budgeting and managing their paycheck as it arrives, whether you get paid weekly, biweekly, or monthly. You’ve earned your money, and you want to make sure you’re […]

Why Confidence is Key in Any Interview

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  Standing out to an employer requires more than an interesting resume. When you get the call for a job interview, you can get excited about conquering the first obstacle. However, the most important aspect of hiring to most managers is the interview. Whether you’re invited for a phone screen or a panel interview, confidence […]

Hard Truths About Moving Up the Ladder at Work

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  Looking to move up the ladder at work? Make sure you are aware of the hard truths about a career escalation. If you’ve recently taken a promotion or are considering your next step, here’s what you need to keep in mind.   Co-Workers Don’t Have to Be Friends You’ll learn, hopefully not the hard […]