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Could broadband open the door in Mille Lacs County?

Posted on March 25, 2015 at 3:07 PM
Tags: job fair, workforce, education

Last week in this blog we looked at Mille Lacs County – and asked whether broadband could lift up the community. Broadband could help with education and open the door to new employment opportunities.


What Are the Required Skills for Today’s Digital Workforce?

Posted on March 11, 2015 at 9:44 AM
Tags: workforce, education, job training

It’s a truism but clearly on the glide path: Technology has pulled well ahead of the workplace skills of even the most proactive employee or manager. High tech is proliferating so rapidly in terms of new products and services that it is very difficult to keep up.

Reasons Why You Won’t Get a Job Offer

Posted on November 12, 2014 at 1:40 PM
Tags: interviewing, education, job search

Some job seekers have told us that they have had several interviews, but they can’t get a job offer. They’re disappointed and want to know what has been going wrong. And getting feedback from interviewers can be difficult – employers might not respond to emails or calls from job seekers. If you think you were a good fit for the job and interviewed well, you might ask yourself what to do next. You’ll want to learn how you can improve your chances to get a job offer.


Attend Diversity Career Fair on August 7

Posted on August 05, 2014 at 9:19 AM
Tags: job fair, education, career planning, job search

Job and career seekers can meet with potential employers and college representatives during the Diversity Career Fair: A World of Opportunities on Thursday, August 7 in Brooklyn Park, Minn. Employers will be recruiting for hundreds of jobs, from entry-level to managerial positions in industries including manufacturing, health care and transportation.


Most Important Career Question to Ask Yourself

Posted on February 19, 2014 at 9:55 AM
Tags: education, job training, job search

Have you been looking at job vacancies in your field, and finding that in most cases, you don’t have all (or nearly all) the skills the employer is seeking? It doesn’t make sense to apply for a job unless you’re well qualified because the job market is so competitive. If you don’t have the skills, even if you’re a great networker, resume writer and interviewee, you’re not going to get the job.

Dawn Rasmussen in Single Most Important Career Question to Ask Yourself focuses on the importance of keeping your skill set up-to-date and investing in yourself.




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