2017 is in the bag

What did we take from it? Overall 2017 showed promise but was still a heavy lifting year. The market was flooded with so many needs in construction project management. Unfortunately, the bench for talent has been really tight and candidates have been so pummeled by website emails (Indeed, Ziprecruiter, Linkedin) and all the “here today gone tomorrow” recruiter

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The Importance of the Salary Question

When I read this article in FORBES, What Should I Say When Recruiters Ask What I’m Earning Now, and I’m sorry but this is HORRIBLE advice and just illustrates why there is so much confusion about this issue which I will clear up correctly in a minute but let’s first off recognize that this author has ZERO

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DeConstructing the Millennials

So the Millennials (MGs as I call them )  are a group born between 1980 and 2000.  The generation most affected by Moore’s law.  Gordon Moore, co-founder of a little company called Intel in 1965, predicted that the computing power would double on itself for the foreseeable future. Thus creating an eventual and most dramatic

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The Linkedin Black Hole

The positive effect that Linkedin has had on the job market: There’s no denying that Linkedin took off like a shot during the Great Recession. Folks were losing their jobs left and right and Linkedin offered a new arena to showcase their work history, connect with others having the same problem, join groups to discuss

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What’s Hot in 2017

Well a lot has happened since the closing of 2016. Activity has exploded since the end of January. Multifamily has dominated to scene for the past several years. It’s still going strong but is now sharing the stage with other product that has been all too quiet since the recession- Retail and Office. We have seen an

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You Should Tailor Your Resume

You Should Probably Tailor Your Resume Resume Tips and Tricks 101 You really should. When you apply for a job you should tailor your resume according to the job’s responsibilities and requirements. Tailoring your resume does not mean make stuff up by adding skills and duties you don’t have experience in. Where it is relevant

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The Importance of a Project List

Resume Tips and Tricks 101   Getting years of career experience in writing can be cumbersome, but the work experience section of your resume isn’t the only important part. Time and time again we see candidates submitting a lackluster resumes because they didn’t provide details about the amazing projects they worked on. A solid, descriptive

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