Take Your Nuclear Energy Career to the Next Level with 3 Key Skills

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Your nuclear energy career is highly dependent on your technical skillset and knowledge. You couldn’t do the work without those skills. However, to really take your career to the next level, you need more than the basics. Great engineers are always learning, always looking for the latest trends and technologies to supplement their knowledge base…. Read more »

Include These 4 Things on Your Power Generation Resume

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Knowing what can help you stand out in a crowded field of talented engineers in the power industry can mean the difference between career growth and stagnation. Your resume is and will remain the primary source of information about you to hiring managers. That’s why you need to hit the key points. Include these four… Read more »

Want to Get Hired? Soft Skills Employers Want Today

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Technical skills are important. But soft skills are what will help a hiring manager pick you out of a sea of other talented professionals. You may want to take another look at how you’re presenting yourself in your resume. Engineers might not be marketed for their soft skills, but these abilities and qualities are critical…. Read more »

What Your Job Search Might Look Like Post-Pandemic

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Many people are eager to talk about the economy, and the job market will look like post-pandemic. The fact is, though, that many things won’t go back to what looks like normal. For example, remote work will likely be more available or more recognized as a legitimate work environment. The things that are changing now… Read more »

Why You Should Take the Job Interview

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Sometimes, your next big career move can come up unexpectedly. Whether a recruiter has reached out to you directly, or if a friend or coworker referred you for a position, an offer of an interview is great news. Even if you’re not necessarily looking for a new job, this is why you should take the… Read more »

What Are the Rules for Following Up After an Interview?

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The period of time after an interview can potentially be the most stressful for a candidate. It’s hard to know what to do. But if you’ve successfully managed to attract the attention of a hiring manager, it means you have the skills you need to make the grade. If you’ve presented yourself well during the interview and… Read more »

Fine Tuning Your Job Search May Lead to Better Interviews

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It can be tempting to throw yourself at every job posting you see, especially when you are eager to get back into the workforce. But this strategy could be wasting your time on applications that won’t produce results. The act of fine-tuning your job search, being more selective about which jobs you are applying to,… Read more »