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Why the “gig economy” could be good for workers

There’s a new trend in capitalism, and despite its downsides, it might actually be a good thing for U.S. workers. It’s called the Gig Economy.  Since and even before the recession of 2007, companies have been hiring fewer full-time employees in favor of temporary workers, freelancers, and contractors. For workers, there are some disadvantages of […]

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Why now’s a great time to consider a temp job.

Seeking a new opportunity? How about one that offers flexibility, variety, and awesome growth opportunities? If this sounds great to you, you might be interested in temping for a while. And now’s the perfect time to do it. According to new research from CareerBuilder, temp jobs are expected to increase by 5.9 percent by 2018. […]

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How-to Customize Your Resume

It’s Wednesday and you’re more than likely dreaming about your weekend plans. Well, if you weren’t – you are now. Let’s say a friend texts you and asks you to play ball. What kind of ball? Basketball? Football? Soccer? You have to text them back and ask “what kind?” You don’t want to show up […]

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Top Staffing Trends of 2015

Client and candidate behavior is constantly changing, which means trends within the staffing industry will continue to evolve as well to meet the needs of these consumers. Take a look at the following key staffing trends for 2015: Enhanced Social Media Presence: According to LinkedIn’s recent survey on Key Insights for Recruitment in 2015, 76% […]

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2015 Hiring Trends

The 2015 CareerBuilder U.S. Job Forecast has good news for people seeking jobs or raises. The study found that in 2014 hiring increased broadly, a trend that will continue in 2015. So what does that mean, specifically? Full-time hiring will increase by 12% from 2014, the best hiring outlook since before the recession. Particularly in […]

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