In my last post I shared some broad insights on the New York City job market for the balance of 2016 and beyond that were shared by Jim Brown of the NYS Department of Labor. Here are some of his specific insights and suggestions.
“Most of our major industries have been re-shaped by the way we gather and process data.” This was just one of the insights shared by Jim Brown, a Labor Market Analyst from the New York State Department of Labor whose focus is the New York City market, when he addressed a group of executives at the Mullin International New York office. He gave a broad overview of the job market for the balance of 2016 and shared some specific ideas about what’s hot and what’s not.
After spending hours perfecting your resume you are now ready to electronically deliver the document to a company on your target list. Knowing you are the ideal candidate for that coveted opening gets your heart pumping. Thinking it is just a matter of time before you wow the hiring manager with concrete examples detailing your skills and experience; your finger reaches for the send button. Wait! What is this requirement about a video? Read more
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