Underrated Tips for the Job Seeking Engineer

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The job hunt is a gauntlet of rejection and anticipation. Time is more than likely of the essence, and no matter what you do you can’t seem to make the most of it. So how do you make the most of your time, while it’s not being valued by an hourly rate? While there may…

Interviewing After Being Fired for Engineers

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Interviews can be stressful enough without something looming over you that you can’t do anything about, like being fired from a previous engineering job. Of course this isn’t ideal, but the key is to persevere and come back better than ever. After all, Steve Jobs was fired from Apple, and we think he came back…

How to Manage a Diverse Warehouse Team

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From young employees just looking for a start in their career, to over-experienced employees looking to make money during a lapse in employment, and even experienced workers who call distribution home, the warehouse is a highly diverse place. Your team is more than likely filled with employees from all different walks of life, so how…

Five Steps to Scoring Your Dream Manufacturing Job Long-Distance

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The job search can be a gauntlet of Dos and Don’ts, self-promotion, and right and wrong ways to network. The struggle is amplified when your ideal job is downstate or across the country. It isn’t as easy to pull strings, get recommended, or walk into a plant and make connections when you’re hundreds or thousands…

Five Ways to Size Up Your Company’s Learning Culture

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Does your company have a learning culture? You can prevent stagnation, boost your employees’ workflow, and better suit your clientele with a healthy culture of learning. Your learning culture can be built upon at any time but it is important to first determine what yours looks like and where it could be improved. Ask yourself…