Posts Tagged: Engineering Jobs Pittsburgh

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Thanks to advancements in technology, video interviewing is more feasible than it has ever been before. And as employers search for ways to make the recruiting process faster, easier, cheaper, and more effective, they are increasingly utilizing video interviews. For that reason, you need to be prepared to take part in one – no matter… Read more »

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Any competent job seeker will go into a job interview polished, prepared, and professional. In everything they do, they will strive to put their best face forward. But as the hiring manager, it is your responsibility to honestly evaluate a candidate’s credentials and fit, and when everyone is trying so hard to impress you, that… Read more »

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It’s impossible to accurately measure the impact your top employees have on your company. But it’s safe to say their value is probably underestimated, and their influence spreads wider than you expect. A single employee can be the engine that drives productivity, efficiency, innovation, morale, and culture. And losing that employee can prove catastrophic. For… Read more »

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There are lots of things you can do to maximize the impact of your LinkedIn profile – fill out the profile completely, use a great looking picture, come up with an attention-grabbing headline. But one strategy that often gets overlooked is picking up endorsements. Endorsements are confirmations from people in your network that you posses… Read more »

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When was the last time you read a job posting, besides your own? If you don’t read a lot of them regularly, you don’t realize how nonsensical and ineffective they often are. And you may not be able to recognize these same qualities in your own postings. The simple fact is that the quality of… Read more »

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If you love all things technical, you probably don’t have your sights set on getting an MBA or taking night courses in management. But at the same time, if you hope to move up the ladder into project management and later executive positions, you will need to know about a lot more than programming. To… Read more »

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The appeal of the “Yes Man” is obvious. Who wouldn’t want to have someone in their fold that agrees with all their opinions, praises all their decisions, and generally acts as if they can do no wrong? But as a manger, your job is producing results, not inflating your ego. If your staff has devolved… Read more »

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It’s natural, even inevitable, to have some doubts about the upcoming generation. But the simple fact is that millennials (born between the early 80s and early 2000s) will make up the bulk of your workforce soon, and are probably applying for your positions already. The good news is that much of the bluster about their… Read more »

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Professionals who work in STEM fields almost inevitably reach a crossroads in their careers. They get better and better at the technical aspects of their job, get offered a management position, and then have to learn an entirely new set of skills to thrive as a leader and supervisor. Some enjoy the challenge and actually… Read more »

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It’s always better to be employed and searching for a job than unemployed and searching for a job. But how do you make the most of your limited time while also keeping up with your obligations at work? Here are a few tips and tricks that can help you take a step upwards while avoiding… Read more »