How to Find a Job When You are still Employed

February 4, 2013 in

Seeking out a recruiter in your industry is a good way to start – we know the market and can match your experience/talent to the right opportunity. Be sure to let the recruiter know that you do not want your resume sent out to a prospective employer without your consent. Kathy Taylor – On the Mark Recruiting Specialists, Inc.

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Resifting Manufacturing

January 30, 2013 in

It’s no secret that the Great Recession had a devastating effect on the US manufacturing base. Between 2008 and 2009 more than one trillion dollars bled out of US companies that make everything from food to advanced aerospace and defense products. Lately things have begun to look a little better — the value of US manufacturer shipments was about $4.9 trillion in 2010 compared to $4.4 trillion in 2009. A $500 billion improvement is nothing to sneeze at, but another shot-in-the-arm may be on the way.

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