3 Signs You Need a New Job

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Having a few gripes about your job is completely normal, but if you’ve gotten to the point where you dread getting up and going to work each morning, you need to make a change. When your current role no longer makes you feel happy, energized and fulfilled, you need to switch paths. Sometimes the unknown… Read more »

You’re Hired! Now be on Your Best Behavior

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Congratulations! It’s such a great feeling to receive a job offer for a position you’re really excited about. You’re probably overcome with relief that your job search has finally come to a close, but you can’t get too comfortable yet. Most employers typically use the first 90 days of employment to closely monitor temporary and… Read more »

Upcoming Interview? Dress to Impress No Matter the Position

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Most warehouse and manufacturing jobs will never require you to dress your finest for work, but you haven’t been hired yet. Many candidates don’t think twice about showing up to an interview clad in work wear, but this type of attire is never acceptable for any position. If you actually want to get the job,… Read more »

Why Body Language is Important in an Interview

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Before a job interview, you’ll spend a lot of time trying to anticipate which common questions you’ll be asked and preparing winning responses to them. This is great and a key step you definitely don’t want to miss, but often times another important factor gets lost in the mix — body language. During a job… Read more »

4 Basic Rules of Conduct for Warehouse Interviews

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The prospect of getting a new job is very exciting, so congratulations on your upcoming job interview at a warehouse you’d really like to work at. Whether you’re vying for the position of a packer, forklift operator, general laborer or any of the dozens of other possibilities offered at a warehouse, you’ll need to follow… Read more »

3 Basic Tips for General Labor Resumes

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Many general laborers make the mistake of trying to find a job without a resume; however, this approach doesn’t work. Whether you’re creating your very first resume or making updates to an existing one, it’s important to ensure it always has a professional appearance. Hiring managers know what a resume should look like, so if… Read more »

Employment Outlook in Northern Kentucky

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Employment in Kentucky is back to higher levels than before the recession, but you may have to rethink your career direction to take advantage of in-demand jobs. Kentucky lost more than 14,000 manufacturing jobs in the recession. While we may never return to those pre-recession levels, manufacturing is bouncing back, along with packaging, warehousing and… Read more »

Fast-Growing Careers in Northern Kentucky

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Looking to make a career change or just wondering if your current field has the potential to sustain you for the long haul? According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the hottest job in Kentucky is commercial piloting. That comes as no surprise to most of us with Amazon, EBay, Groupon, UPS and FEDEX… Read more »