26 Jul

Manitoba Is Home to Several Active Mines: 5 Types of Mining Jobs to Check Out

Posted by George Hoadley

For many people, the mining industry seems to be a relic of the past; it seems to be on the decline in the popular imagination, and many mining sectors have shrunken in the past few decades. Nonetheless, there are still many active areas in the mining industry, which employed nearly 400,000 people in 2015 alone.

 

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Topics: Job Search
24 Jul

Why Companies in the Mining Industry Should Work with a Recruiting Firm

Posted by George Hoadley

Mining is a growth industry in many provinces, and it’s an important part of the economy in many provinces. But hiring for the mining industry remains a struggle. It’s one good reason companies should work with a recruiting firm.

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Topics: Hiring
21 Jul

Hiring Managers: 4 Tips to Avoid High Employee Turnover

Posted by Dominique Perras

Hiring is not an easy task, as all hiring managers know. You need to find the right candidates with the right qualifications, and you must seek out the right organizational fit. It takes time and effort. Even the most careful manager still makes a bad hire every once in a while. It’s almost inevitable.

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Topics: Hiring
19 Jul

Alternative Energy Job Opportunities in Canada: What You Need to Know

Posted by Andrea Ryan

The alternative energy industry in Canada is booming as both provincial and federal governments take more interest in developing new forms of energy. Moving away from carbon-based fossil fuels is more and more important for the environment and for Canada’s future as an energy giant. It’s also become apparent jobs in the industry are plentiful, and there’s much opportunity to be had in this economic sector.

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17 Jul

How 3D Printing Technology Is Disrupting the Manufacturing Industry

Posted by Howard Gang

A few years ago, 3D printing was something of a novelty. The technology was expensive and almost experimental; very few things were being created on 3D printers, and most of those items were novelties. There was speculation about what the technology could eventually achieve, but skeptics remained unconvinced—it was nothing more than a passing fad.

 

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Topics: Industry News

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