Hire Heroes to Combat Talent Shortage

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Candidate scarcity is becoming an increasingly common challenge due to record unemployment lows. In addition to making changes in how they hire, many smart Hiring Managers are realizing the value of transferable skills – and that veterans, an often-overlooked group when it comes to stellar employees, have them in spades. In addition to possessing great technical skills, veterans also have many sought-after competencies that we look for in job candidates. Thanks to their prior military training and career, they have polished their skills in leadership, teamwork, critical thinking and problem-solving to a fine shine – not to mention their training on how to work under pressure was a bit more rigorous than many of their civilian counterparts. And that’s just a few of their many marketable strengths. Here are a few more:

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3 Hacks That Can Help You Move The Hiring Process Along

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How long does it take between sending in your application and securing the job? The average Hiring Process in the United States takes around 30 days for a full-time employee, and even longer when it comes to a senior management position. While some patience will be required, there are some things you can do in order to help the process along, and keep things from going stagnant:

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Feeling Restless? Tools For Deciding Whether It Is Time To Look For A New Job

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Every professional gets restless from time to time. No matter how much you might like your job, it is natural for job satisfaction to ebb and flow.  So what do you do when that sense of restlessness sticks around longer than usual? Is it time to look for greener pastures, or you should you just continue to ride it out? Here are three things you can do that will help you determine whether it is time to start looking for your next job:

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The Most Productive Month: Four Hacks For Getting Things Done This October

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Did you know that studies have shown that October as the most productive month of the year? In fact, the study has pinpointed 11am on a Monday in October as the most productive time of the year, which makes sense, considering that you are rested, full of Pumpkin Spice coffee, and ready to take on the work week. Of course, productivity slowly drops throughout the week, so the question becomes, how do you keep that 11am Monday morning productivity going until Friday at 5pm? Here are four hacks that will help you stay productive:

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Three Tips for Learning What You Can Expect from Your Next Interview

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As a job seeker, fear of the unknown can really put a kink in your interview prep. While you may be confident in your skills and experience, not knowing what to expect can lead you to second guess yourself. Luckily, there are ways to get the information you need to know about what the interview process has in store for you, and what you can expect once you meet the Hiring Manager:

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On a Non-Linear Career Path? Here’s How To Handle Your Next Interview

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Worried that you do not have a clearly defined career path for your future? You are not alone: a recent LinkedIn study showed that, even after ten years in the workforce, nearly half of all workers are not sure what their career path should look like. While it is tempting to consider your career as a ladder you should always be climbing, taking a non-linear path may actually yield better results for your career. When it comes time to interview for a job considered either a lateral move, or even a step down on the ladder, here are some tips on how to handle yourself during the interview:

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OHUB Announces Historic Partnership With The ActOne Group To Increase The Diversity Of The STEM Workforce

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LOS ANGELES, CA (September 21, 2018): Today, Opportunity Hub (OHUB) and ActOne Group announced a new partnership to diversify the STEM workforce. OHUB is advancing its mission to ensure everyone has access to STEM jobs by joining forces with the ActOne Group, a global employment and workforce management company founded by Janice Bryant Howroyd. Howroyd is the first African American woman to build and run a $1 billion business, which includes AllSTEM, a staffing company focused on placing talent with the STEM related skills OHUB helps members develop.

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