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Why Should My Company Be Involved in My Community?

June 30, 2016

It’s not likely that any business owner or leadership teams are looking for more things to fill their day. Even with the economy’s rebound in recent year, staying afloat in today’s business world is a full-time job in itself. Still…

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 The Best Summer Ever

June 23, 2016

A couple of months ago over lunch, a friend and I made plans to get together this summer to brainstorm this idea that had mulled around in my brain for years. “I think you’re on to something here,” he’d said,…

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Preparing for Generation Z – Part II

June 16, 2016

Generation Z has been dubbed “the reality-check generation,” a title they earned as a result of expectations and aspirations tempered by uncertain economic conditions during their formative years. By the year 2020, they’ll make up 20% of the workforce. Like…

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2016 Yields Positive Hiring Predictions for Graduate

June 10, 2016

2016 graduates are looking at the rosiest hiring predictions in a decade with well over half of employers planning to hire from this year’s pool of college grads. More good news: the unemployment rate for recent college graduates is 5.6%,…

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What Employers Can Expect from the Class of 2016

June 10, 2016

As 2016 college grads get serious in their quest for a job, you may hear a rather odd sound whistling with the breeze. An echo-y noise that strangely enough sounds like a huge sigh of relief – and that’s exactly…

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Preparing for Generation Z – Part I

June 9, 2016

If you’ve yet to meet the newest crop of kids on the block, it’s time to get acquainted with them.  Meet Generation Z, born in the mid-1990s through approximately 2010. Though the bulk of this generation are still in high…

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Interview Tips for Recent College Grads – Part 2

June 2, 2016

It’s projected that throughout the 2015–16 school year, colleges and universities will award 952,000 associate’s degrees; 1.8 million bachelor’s degrees; 802,000 master’s degrees; and 179,000 doctor’s degrees. These numbers reflect increases in three of the four categories with a slight…

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