• Ways to Improve Yourself and Your Career during Your Commute

    DOWNLOAD WEBINARS, PODCATS, E-BOOKS: The Overdrive Applets you borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and more from your local public library – anywhere, anytime. All you need is a library card. There are over 100,000 selections under business:  Here are a few […]

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  • Give yourself and your career a gift this holiday season

    Many construction companies share the successes of the year by gifting employees with a cash gift or bonus during the holiday season. It is a token of appreciation for the hard work each person put in during the year. […]

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  • Lost in Translation – How You Can Ease the Transition into a Civilian Career

    Within the fabric of the military structure, the Civil Engineering career field is the military’s equivalent to the construction industry. Civil engineering in our armed forces includes numerous sub-industries such as: electrical work, construction of roads and bridges, construction for […]

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  • FINDING A JOB CAN BE A JOB

    There are many factors today which affect your ability to find a job right for you and securing the position.  Let’s discuss some of those elements and address how you can increase your odds of going back to work. […]

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  • The Estimating and/or Preconstruction Management Career Path – What is a day in the life?

    Estimating and preconstruction titles. They are used in crossover often, yet someone can work in preconstruction and not ever have prepared a detailed estimate before. Where did the crossover come in? The crossover came in when the majority of [...]
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  • Estimators: You’re on the Top Occupations List!

    This article was published by Estimating Today on February 2014 Edition. To see full magazine, click here. In 2010, at the height of the recession, I was asked to do a presentation for ASPE (American Society of Professional Estimators) […]

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  • The Proof is in the Pudding

    We ask the question to every candidate we interview “What is the position/positions you are interested in pursuing?” Most candidates will check off a position such as Vice President and in addition many candidates experienced only in an entry [...]
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  • Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover

    The President of the Company greets you at the door for your interview. You see their project signs everywhere. You can’t believe he is personally taking time to interview you and you have an opportunity to work for this [...]
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  • Resigning the Right Way

    January: the month of review and the most common month to analyze our lives over the past year and add the totals of gains and losses. When it comes to employment, often we discover that another year flew by, […]

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  • Do you LOVE your job?

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