Power Generation Jobs That Can Take Your Career to New Heights

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If you are either a student or an established professional looking to change gears, there’s a possibility that nuclear energy has caught your eye. The energy industry at large has experienced some exciting disruption over the past decade or two, making energy a very interesting space to grow your career in. Nuclear power in general… Read more »

3 Renewable Energy Projects Creating Jobs in the US in 2021

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Despite a devastating hit to the jobs market through the COVID-19 pandemic, the renewable energy market has maintained its momentum. This post will discuss just a few of the top projects in the US that are creating jobs in the power generation industry.  The US is set to add 18 gigawatts of new PV capacity… Read more »

How to Work with a Recruiter to Find a Job You Love

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First time working with a recruiter? They are a powerful ally in moving your career forward. But they are best leveraged in certain ways. Here’s how they can benefit you and how you can work with them most effectively.   Set Clear Goals  If you only have enough money saved up to support a short period… Read more »

4 Skills You Should Have for a Risk Management Career

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Risk management is a quickly growing and highly valued career path. It is the identification, evaluation, and prioritization of risks followed by coordinated and economical application of resources to minimize, monitor, and control the probability or impact of unfortunate events or to maximize the realization of opportunities. You can probably guess that this work requires… Read more »

Minimize the Skills Gap by Developing Skills Locally

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The skills gap is a concern many employers have to deal with on a regular basis. They say good workers are hard to find, particularly with experience in the manufacturing industry. This is in part due to a lack of high-quality training opportunities available to students and professionals alike. With the amount of engineering candidates… Read more »

Writing a Resume for a Skilled Trades Job

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If you are in the market for a skilled trades job, you might be wondering what you can do to make your resume stand out from the rest of the crowd. A skilled-trades resume can have a different look and feel than standard industry resumes. Whether you are a mason, a carpenter, an electrician, or… Read more »

Are You Ready When OSHA Visits Your Workplace?

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With visits from federal OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) inspectors up by more than 300 percent, it’s obvious that OSHA is making a more-concerted effort to come into the workplace. You’re likely wondering how the increase in monitoring and safety inspections will impact your day to day protocols. In today’s blog, we discuss the… Read more »

Ethical Considerations With The Nuclear Power Industry

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There is no doubt that nuclear power is capable of generating substantial amounts of electricity, much needed by countries around the globe. However, with great power comes great responsibility – and sometimes risk. There are ethical concerns within the industry that are extraordinarily unique to nuclear power. What can you do as a worker in… Read more »