It’s the end of the year, and ThomasNet News thanks you for your Career Journal readership. In 2014, you will see an all-new platform that will continue to give you quality coverage on manufacturing and industrial workforce news and trends, career advice and employment tips, and recruitment and employee retention strategies.
As an engineering graduate, you might think you are at a disadvantage due to lack of “real life” experience. However, many descriptions of dissertations and theses can be tailored to bring out their real-life value.
Fusing her interest in manufacturing with the goal of getting more women involved in industry, Rebecca Madsen became the first president of a Women in Manufacturing (WiM) collegiate chapter while … [Read More...]
Social media has altered the way hiring managers and job candidates communicate with each other. Today the question is no longer if employers are using social media in their hiring practice, but … [Read More...]
Speaking to steel workers two weeks ago, President Barack Obama asserted that ingenuity and adaptability are driving a resurgence in American manufacturing.
"We haven’t just been recovering from … [Read More...]
Faced with aging workers, expanding technologies and limited budgets, small manufacturers need to find creative ways to recruit new staff. Two manufacturers told ThomasNet News Career Journal that … [Read More...]
Kacy Qua is an entrepreneur who knows that successful business founders need to be specific about the people they serve and the problems they strive to solve. As the CEO of Qualifyor, her mission is … [Read More...]