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(Almost) Everything You Need To Know About Engineering Today

During the past year, we’ve seen near real-time images from Pluto, watched an autonomous robot on Mars, used voice commands for our smart phones, taken photos with drones, and, remarkably, managed most of this via wireless connections on mobile devices and tablets. One of the common denominators of all this cool technology is engineering. Whether […] Read Article “(Almost) Everything You Need To Know About Engineering Today”

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Updated Outdated Career Advice From Dear Old Dad

Dads are experts at so many things! Manning the grill on a hot summer evening… Playing handyman around the house… Embarrassing their kids in front of their friends… And telling bad jokes. (Seriously: “How do you make a Kleenex dance? Put a little boogie in it.”) But a Baby Boomer dad offering career advice to a […] Read Article “Updated Outdated Career Advice From Dear Old Dad”

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How Employers Can Help During a Tragedy

Work isn’t just work, it’s a part of our lives. For many of us, it’s one of the biggest parts of our lives. We get up, we get dressed and we get ready to face the day. In light of recent tragedies, you may find that facing the day is more difficult than usual. As […] Read Article “How Employers Can Help During a Tragedy”

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Employment Policies 101: Can a President fix Employment?

Welcome to the “Employment Policies 101” series! Every couple of weeks we will explore the relationship between politics and employment. This is crucial as we move toward selecting a new leader of the free world. Each forerunner is setting forth economic policies and it has us wondering, what will happen to jobs? Our Top Candidates Have Big […] Read Article “Employment Policies 101: Can a President fix Employment?”

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5 Ways to Take Ownership in Your Job

CEOs and executive team members have clear lines of ownership and, ultimately, a great deal of accountability for their companies and teams. However, ownership isn’t an idea reserved for management. The best employees have a strong sense of personal ownership and accountability. Find a mentor within your company. One of the best ways to own your role is […] Read Article “5 Ways to Take Ownership in Your Job”

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How to Recruit for Diversity

Hiring and retaining diverse employees remains, even in this day and age, a challenge for many organizations. And finding great positions can be quite the task for job seekers as well. It is crucial for businesses to embrace diversity and tap into a workforce that is skilled, productive, creative and that can bring new ideas […] Read Article “How to Recruit for Diversity”

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We found them! Our CEO for One Month Candidates

Meet the CEO for One Month Candidates We were looking high and low for North America’s CEO for One Month Candidates. Thousands of people applied and hundreds made it through our initial screening. People from all across the United Stated sent in essays, resumes and videos. We loved the responses! Our applicants are so talented, […] Read Article “We found them! Our CEO for One Month Candidates”

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The Gap Year: Finally, A Third Option

The rise of the Gap Year Let’s be real: there’s pressure to plunge right into college or work after you receive your diploma – from parents, teachers, and even your fellow classmates. But what happens if you veer from the norm and explore the territory – otherwise known as the gap year – between high […] Read Article “The Gap Year: Finally, A Third Option”

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5 People Every Small Business Needs Now

The Mentor Small businesses can’t always afford traditional training and development programs. Fortunately, hiring technically talented professional who are also gifted teachers, offsets training and development challenges. These internal teachers eliminate the need to spend money on outside resources and can convey valuable institutional knowledge. Mentors also educate new hires on company culture, processes and […] Read Article “5 People Every Small Business Needs Now”

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What do the Tesla Model 3 and Ford Model T Have in Common?

Tesla image source / Ford image source When the Ford Model T was first introduced in 1908, there were only 18,000 miles of paved road throughout the United States. Motorized vehicles were just gaining popularity, Now, just a little over a century later, there are almost 4 million miles of paved road in our country […] Read Article “What do the Tesla Model 3 and Ford Model T Have in Common?”