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The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) is recruiting a director to drive market-led research and technology development in the subsea industry.

NSRI seeks Project Director to build on research

The National Subsea Research Initiative (NSRI) is recruiting a director to drive market-led research and technology development in the subsea indus...

President Donald Trump pledges to revive the nation's struggling coal mines, but new data from the federal agency that tracks employment growth suggests blue-collar job seekers would do better to look to clean energy.

Labor Department: Solar, wind jobs to boom over next decade

President Donald Trump pledges to revive the nation's struggling coal mines, but new data from the federal agency that tracks employment growth sug...

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Wardrobe essentials for nailing that interview

We've all heard the saying "Dress for the job you want." Though it's meant to encourage you to dress above and beyond what your position ...

Airswift, the global workforce solutions provider for the energy, process and infrastructure sectors, announced that it has appointed Kati Greenall as Regional Director – Canada. In her new role, Greenall will bring experienced leadership to Airswift’s growing Canadian operations as they continue to connect workers with opportunities and career development within the energy, process and infrastructure industries.

Airswift appoints Kati Greenall to lead growing Canadian business

Airswift, the global workforce solutions provider for the energy, process and infrastructure sectors, announced that it has appointed Kati Greenall...

The number of people now working in clean energy industries throughout the Midwest is 599,775, a 5-percent increase since 2015, according to an analysis released today by Clean Energy Trust (CET) and the national nonpartisan business group Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2). Job growth across sectors including renewable energy generation, advanced grid, energy efficiency, clean fuels and advanced transportation is occurring almost five times faster than overall job growth in the region.

New Report: Nearly 600,000 clean energy jobs in Midwest

The number of people now working in clean energy industries throughout the Midwest is 599,775, a 5-percent increase since 2015, according to an ana...

Entry-level jobs are disappearing — at least it certainly seems that way. Even those listings that claim to offer full-time positions often ask for a laundry list of previous experience that few applicants can offer. But what is the cause of this shift in approach?

4 ways to effectively network (and land a job)

Entry-level jobs are disappearing — at least it certainly seems that way. Even those listings that claim to offer full-time positions often ask for...

The long road back to job market recovery after the lows of the Great Recession continues. Through July 2017, unemployment sits at 4.3% -- the lowest rate since May 2001.  The employment picture has been on a steady incline for a few years now, but substantial hiring increases began in the summer of 2012.

Hiring trends and preparing for the final strecth of the year

The long road back to job market recovery after the lows of the Great Recession continues. Through July 2017, unemployment sits at 4.3% -- the lowe...

3 ways to bring jobs bak to America's forgotten communities

Even as the rest of the country recovered from the recession, people in the nation’s coal fields and Rust Belt continued to suffer economically. Th...

As the old adage says, there's no second chance to make a first impression. In the case of your job search, however, the first impression may be the only chance you are afforded to make any impression on a prospective employer.

The value of resume review

As the old adage says, there's no second chance to make a first impression. In the case of your job search, however, the first impression may be th...

If you're always on the go, the world is your office-which might be your car. This is the case for many, considering that the average American spends 42 hours in traffic (and an extra $1,400 extra every year because of it).

When your car is your office

If you're always on the go, the world is your office-which might be your car. This is the case for many, considering that the average American spen...