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US Job Growth Is Strongest Since 1999
Nasdaq
U.S. employers added to payrolls at a solid pace last month, a sign of steady momentum for the labor market after the strongest year of job growth in 15 years. Nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 252,000 in December, the Labor Department said, with broad-based gains across an array of sectors.
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Five Key Attributes Of Effective Leaders
By Betty Boyd
Do you have what it takes to be a leader? Not everyone can or should be a leader. It takes a lot of extra work and stress — everyone is looking to you for every important decision. So what does it take to be an effective leader?
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Science, Tech Jobs: What Place Does New Jersey Fall In?
Asbury Park Press
New Jersey is no longer a top destination for science and technology jobs, according to a survey released Wednesday. In fact, it's not even in the top 50. Instead, the Philadelphia metropolitan area ranks 57th and the New York metropolitan area ranks 76th, trailing cities such as Omaha, Nebraska; Oklahoma City; and Dayton, Ohio, the survey by Wallet Hub, a personal finance website, found.
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Five Things That Will Make or Break Your Resume
The Huffington Post
It's that time of year again when my office is sifting through summer internship applications looking for the perfect candidates to help grow into full-fledged wedding planners. We take our internship program seriously here - it's not an unpaid gig and the interns get to experience literally every aspect of a wedding planning company from every perspective. So when it comes to choosing the soon-to-be and recent grads that I'm going to have to spend A LOT of time with, we are picky.
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What the People Reading Your Resume Wish You Knew
lifehacker
Resumes are very personal documents, and you probably feel like you want to convey a sense of who you really are. But if you focus on unnecessary flourishes or make your relevant experience ambiguous, the person reading your resume will toss it aside in a heartbeat. Most of all, focus on clarity!
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Life-Sciences Firms Cast Wide Net To Fill Openings
The Boston Globe
Recruiters want to pry Matt King from his job at a Lowell medical device startup. Every week, he gets about 15 inquiries via phone, e-mail, or LinkedIn about whether he wants to work at another company. “I get calls from all over the country,” said King, director of quality assurance and regulatory affairs at InfoBionic Inc., developer of a mobile patient-monitoring device. “It’s been pretty active.”
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Supporting Biomedical Research — Meeting Challenges and Opportunities at HHMI
JAMA
The Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) has spent 60 years experimenting and learning how to support biomedical research effectively. From the time Mr. Hughes first began funding research in the 1950s, institute leaders and scientists have found that the most important advances and influential discoveries often come unexpectedly — and that often, the profound “breakthroughs” derive from deep fundamental insights of surprising, sometimes obscure biological systems.
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100 Jobs Coming To Cork With US Company ABEC
Silicon Republic
The U.S. biotech and pharmaceutical manufacturing company ABEC has revealed plans to hire 100 new staff at its center in Fermoy, Co Cork, over the next two years. The new operation will produce engineered process equipment for biopharmaceutical manufacturing for the international market, with the 100 new jobs expected to cover all aspects of the company, including management, engineering, manufacturing, services, and business development personnel.
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