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President Trump: 4 Steps To Creating Manufacturing Jobs!

Strategic Search Corporation are specialists in manufacturing recruiting, technical recruiting and engineering recruiting.

Congratulations to Mr. Donald John Trump winning as the 45th president of the United States. His creative, explosive and populist movement proved that there is still a chance for an outsider to win a presidential race and change our country.

Now the real work begins. Therefore, I will share some … Read More


Jobs Open Longer: Hire Only One Executive Recruiter!

Recent statistics from the Labor Department show a record number of job openings by U.S. employers. The reported 5,400,000 current jobs are the most since they started tracking them in 2000. Combined with two other recent studies, this explains why positions are taking longer to fill not only in the … Read More


Wages Increasing: 1 to 10 Rating Scale Interview Question Can Help!

Many signs point to a surge in hiring. One of the best metrics confirming this trend is the number of U.S. job openings, which rose to their highest level ever in April (most recent figures) at 5,400,000 according to the Labor Department’s latest Job Openings and Labor Read More


Tenants of Optimum App Development

Strategic Search Corporation are specialists in technical recruiting and engineering recruiting.

Almost daily in the news we hear about new apps and their creators. For example, a recent article "15 US Cities with the Most Startup Activity" which detailed the 15 U.S. cities with the most startup activity.

It is now the norm for young entrepreneurs like Yana Egorova, Read More


280,000 Jobs Created Last Month: TIME FOR A TECHNICAL RECRUITING AUDIT!

Though today’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) report showed the unemployment rate rising .1% to 5.5%, 280,000 new jobs were created last month! This was the 14th out of the last 15 months that the economy added 200,000 or more net new jobs!

Jobs creation was broad-based including: a) the … Read More


Unemployment Rate Drops to 5.4%; Special Recruiting Training Needed!

Recruiting Training Needed!The Labor Department reported this morning that U.S. companies started hiring again last month. This prompted the jobless rate to fall as the economy snapped back from a brutal winter. Nonfarm payrolls grew a seasonally adjusted 223,000 in April after a weak March in which only 85,000 jobs were added. … Read More


Women and Minority Hiring Makes Good Business Sense!

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According to last week’s figures from the Labor Department, fewer people sought unemployment benefits. Weekly applications for jobless aid fell 9,000 to a seasonally adjusted 282,000. Additionally, the four-week average of jobless claims fell 7,750 to 297,000. Furthermore, over the past 12 months, that average has tumbled about 7 … Read More


Contract Manufacturing: The Key To More Jobs And Higher Wages!

American’s manufacturingAs I shared in my past article https://strategicsearch.com/technical-recruiting-blog/manufacturing/ manufacturing is the key to a nation’s strength as well as high paying jobs for its workers. There is no better way to ensure that both skilled and unskilled personnel can easily provide for their families than by safeguarding and building a … Read More


The New Software and IT Landscape

18 million Information Technology (IT) professionalsCurrently, there are some 18 million programmers worldwide. Add to that number another 18 million Information Technology (IT) professionals for a grand total of 36 million software and IT experts who are creating the amazing technology that is transforming a wide range of industries, according to recent figures from International Read More


Small Businesses: THE KEY TO JOBS GROWTH

starting and growing small businessesAs I shared previously "Entrepreneurs, NOT GOVERNMENT MANDATES, Are The Key To Higher Wages!" government is NOT the best answer for either jobs creation or wage growth. Instead, successful entrepreneurs, starting and growing small businesses, ARE the best way to grow jobs, wages and our U.S. economy.

On Wednesday, the … Read More