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How to Not Let Engineering Recruiting Efforts Boil Over

Posted by Matt Rivera

In a recent article published by Fortune, "The US is producing 43 engineers per 100,000 inhabitants." Whether you're in the engineering industry, this statistic should alarm you because engineering is an integral trade in so many industries. From Aviation & Defense to Telecommunications to Oil & Gas to Manufacturing, the trickle-down effects of the engineering skills gap will be felt worldwide. 

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Stopping the Engineering Staffing Leak

Posted by Rob Zawatski

I just read an article about Jackman, Maine, a town with a population of around 800 people. The local plumber recently retired leaving the town without a licensed plumber. The town has electricians and carpenters, but now the nearest plumber is located at least 50 miles away. Some residents have basic plumbing knowledge, but if a pipe bursts or another emergency arises they have no expert to fix the problem.

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Are You a Resume Liar?

Posted by Alexandra Deck

InformationWeek recently called out IT job seekers for being, well, resume lairs. It seems like the world's most trusted online community for business technologies was getting a lot of flack from IT hiring managers who reported an increased number of resume fibbers since the recession. 

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Workforce Solutions: The Race Against Retirement

Posted by Rob Zawatski

The oil and gas industry is booming. Domestic oil production is experiencing such rapid growth some experts predict the United States could replace Saudi Arabia as the world's largest oil producer. 

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