Job Fair – April 7th for the NHCUC

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Tech Needs will be attending the 43rd NHCUC Job Fair Tomorrow – April 7th, 2016! The New Hampshire College & University Council (NHCUC) is sponsoring a Job Fair that can offer you a great opportunity to connect with numerous employers and you will be able to practice speaking directly with them about their needs and…

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Using Social Media to Find Your Next Job in 2016

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  67% of job seekers were using Facebook to look for jobs in 2015, according to Jobvite’s 2015 Job Seeker Nation Study. Facebook and other social media platforms such as LinkedIn are two-way streets when it comes to job searching. Using social media, job seekers can both search for jobs and promote their workplace skills.…

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New Hampshire is Powered by Manufacturing, A Low Unemployment Rate and a Candidate Driven Market

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    In New Hampshire we may be known for our attractive ski slopes and a healthy tourism industry but according to statistics, we also rely on manufacturing, and a candidate pool who are highly educated. With a candidate-driven hiring market this means educated talent in the sector of manufacturing are faring well. Candidates have…

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Overcome the Reputation of a Millennial in the Workplace

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  As a Millennial, you’ve probably heard about all of the stereotypes of your generation: narcissistic, entitled, job hopper, no work ethic, and more. In a recent blog post we outlined what employers should consider when hiring a millennial based off of actual facts about the generation, instead of stereotypes. Rather than fighting the stereotypes,…

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What to Consider When Hiring a Millennial

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Millennials are Americans born between 1980 and the mid-2000s, and there’s seemingly no shortage of data, misconceptions or stereotypes about this generation. They’re also the largest generation in the U.S., representing one-third of the total U.S. population in 2013, so odds are you’ve worked with or hired someone of this age group recently.   You’ve…

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