Preparing for a job interview can be time-consuming and nerve-wracking. Instead of spending all that energy preparing answers for every imaginable interview question, use a larger lens. Ask yourself: "If I were the hiring manager, what are the qualities I'd need to see in a person before I’d be willing to say, 'You're hired'?"
Sure, it's tough to get a job today, especially as a new college graduate. You invested a lot of money and incurred a bunch of debt to become more employable.
Although the odds may seem stacked against you without any real work experience, you do have assets employers are seeking: a fresh perspective, willingness to learn and loads of energy. Your strong technology skills are also a plus.
If you’re a job seeker interested in learning more about the health care field, mark your calendar for a health care on-site hiring event in Bloomington on Tuesday.
The event features a panel of experts who will discuss health care careers and a job fair featuring more than 20 employers.
MinnesotaWorks.net, the state’s largest job bank, uniquely helps military service members connect with good-fit employers: The military-friendly job posting.
By 2025, it’s expected that millennials (1980-2000) will make up the majority of the workforce. Already, workers between the ages of 14-34 years hold about 35 percent of the total jobs in the state of Minnesota, according to data from DEED’s Quarterly Workforce Indicators (QWI) program.
Did you know: Nearly half (48.5 percent) of teens in Minnesota are employed or actively seeking work. Minnesota has the seventh highest teen labor force participation rate in the United States, led by other Midwestern states.
But absent a job, there are other ways to get that all-important work experience.Read More...
Fact: More U.S. workers ages 55 and over are employed than ever before.
The business card is a necessity of networking – even in the digital age.Read More...
Last week in this blog we looked at Mille Lacs County – and asked whether broadband could lift up the community. Broadband could help with education and open the door to new employment opportunities.Read More...
If you live in the Lake Mille Lacs area -- and are looking for a job or a better job -- be sure to schedule in Tues., April 7 for the Lake Mille Lacs Area Job Fair.