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Automotive Engineers And IT Professionals   
Lynne Sueki, IT associate, senior manager of the consumer applications and services department at Honda, grew up in a small town where her dad was an engineer.  read more


Professional Success Depends On Rapport With Colleagues 
“Many people believe they have to worry about pleasing only their higher-ups,” says Ben Carpenter, author of the new book The Big events give jobseekers an opportunity to meet prospective employers and make an impression that could lead to employment.  read more


Resume Tips For The Online  World
In today’s fast-paced and online world, it’s essential to have job-search materials available in virtual formats. Job hunters must be aware of how résumés will appear across devices and models to ensure their résumé is legible.  read more


They've Got The Power     
“I’ve always had great curiosity about how things work. As a child, I spent hours taking things apart—mostly electronics and electrical appliances—and putting them back together,” recalls Geary Heinrich, who was born and raised in La Paz, Bolivia and currently resides in Orlando, FL. “I still get great satisfaction from repairing something that has stopped working.”  read more


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