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Category Archives: Millennials at Work

10 Skills New Grads Need to Be Ready for Work

The new graduates this year are going into the best job market in more than a decade with a 3.6% unemployment rate.  The Job Outlook report shows that employers plan to increase hiring of new graduates by 17 % this year.  For the … Read More…

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10 Things to Know about the Gig Economy

If you haven’t heard the term “Gig Economy” before, let me explain.  The gig economy is the concept of short term jobs and projects everywhere and all the time.   Technology, of course, is enabling this new gig economy and companies like Uber, … Read More…

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Three Ways Tech Will Drive Workplace Changes in 2019

In many ways, the workplace has always been a kind of an agenda barometer. The way things are in a professional setting doesn’t exactly mirror the real world, but it certainly paints an apt picture about where people’s heads are at. All this … Read More…

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Millennials at Work: Four Workplace Paradigm Shifts For 2019

Almost two decades after the year 2000, there are still no shortage of complaints being made about millennials. But the fact remains clear— those whiny-screen-addled-gluten-free-sheeple have shaken the workplace to its core. In 2018 it felt like a near forgone conclusion that America’s … Read More…

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Artificial Intelligence in Hiring; AI is all over your Job Search

If you are graduating soon, you should know that recruiters are increasingly using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the hiring process.  That voice on the other end of the phone could be a real person or a real computer like a Chatbot or an … Read More…

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I’m just looking for a good place to work

One of the most stressful parts of the job search is evaluating whether or not a certain company would be a good place to work – for you.  Questions you ask yourself could be – How do I pick a good place to … Read More…

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