Design Engineering & CAD Jobs in High Demand

The shift to smart, connected products is impacting the structure of many industries, particularly manufacturing. In our recent white paper, “Building new teams for product innovation,” we discuss the evolution of design engineering and CAD, and its influence on product design. Companies are […]

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Savannah Graybill, Adecco Group NA CEO for One Month

Savannah is a graduate from American University (2010) with a degree in broadcast journalism. After graduation, she followed her dream, trying out for the U.S. Bobsled team in Lake Placid, NY. She later switched to Skeleton, a fast winter sliding sport in […]

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Life in the Fast Lane!

Olympic and Paralympic athletes are incredibly busy people-often working and training full-time to make their podium dreams come true!  To help with their work-life balance, Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls in over 34 countries can receive career planning and job placement assistance from […]

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Beat the Millennial Bad Rap

So here’s the common rap on millennials – they have exaggerated self-worth, they’re allergic to hard work but overly ambitious, and many have established a permanent pad in their parents’ basement. Many would argue that this rap is a bad one – […]

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Working Towards the New American Dream

Just a few decades ago, the American Dream meant personal wealth and a dream house in the suburbs to most people. During the booming post-war economy, these things weren’t extremely difficult to achieve thanks to the excessive job opportunities the country had to […]

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Who Will Be Adecco Group’s CEO for One Month?

Next week, seven young men and women will be arriving in Jacksonville, Florida to embark on a life changing experience. They will be vying for a chance to become Adecco Group North America’s ‘CEO for One Month’ – the summer internship of […]

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Celebrate Freedom!

Around Independence Day of 1943, my grandmother, Dorothy, was working as a real life “Rosie the Riveter.”  Grandma Dorothy recalled this chapter of her life fondly. While proud of her contribution to our troops overseas, she took equal pride in her contribution to […]

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Part I: What Millennials Can Learn from Baby Boomers

A recent Huffington Post article carried this provocative headline: “Millennials Work Better.” The article went on to make the case for why millennials have a range of strengths that make them well-suited for the workplace. It also served up a refreshing break […]

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