Style Sampler

Layout Style

Patterns for Boxed Mode

Backgrounds for Boxed Mode

Search News Posts

  • Contact Us 678-736-4471

News tagged with:

"employment"

Civil Engineering Job Seekers and Football Players Have Things in Common It's football season!!!! My favorite time of the year. Time to support my favorite teams on their quest for the championships in their leagues. For civil engineering job seekers that new job is this year's championship and here are a few reminders from football… Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

What Baseball Players and Engineering Job Seekers Have in Common Major League Baseball is one of the most statistically analyzed sports in our culture. Sports fans and sports talk radio hosts can "argue" stats endlessly to compare today's players with those of the past. I am only a casual baseball fan but as I listened to the discussion on the radio, I heard… Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

Mistakes On Engineering and Environmental Resumes Can Cost You A Job Engineering and environmental resumes like other technical resumes have a list of do's and don'ts and a 1,000 ways to write a winning one.The important thing to know about engineering and environmental resumes is that employers do read and evaluate them. A poorly written resume… Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

What Engineering & Science Students Need In Summer Jobs Today is the first day of spring and engineering & science students should be at the height of their search for summer jobs. To help these students to find the best opportunities. Here are some tips on what students should seek in their summer jobs search: … Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

Recruiters Read Too I was on Linked In this morning and read a nice article "5 Reasons Why Recruiters Are Not Calling You"  . It was a good article that centered around mistakes many job seekers make on resumes that may be a red flag for recruiters. It also contained some good advice and promoted the Career… Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

Job Skills Needed For 2013 Hurricane Sandy. The "Fiscal Cliff". Partisan politics. Government regulations. All these factors will have an uncertain effect on the economy and job market. Therefore in search for some certainty, employers are going to spend more time looking at specific experience, relationships and job skills workers bring to the table before making… Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

Civil Engineering Will Be Hot Over the Next Few Years According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS.gov), the Civil Engineering profession is expected to grow over 25% over the next decade. Our nation’s infrastructure (energy grid, roads, bridges, water treatment systems, mass transit including airports, levees and dams) is falling apart and poses a threat to our safety and… Read More &raquo

[...]

Read More

Page 1 of 5

Content Protected Using Blog Protector By: PcDrome.
%d bloggers like this: