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Recruiting More Jobs: AI (Artificial Intelligence) Part 1

Recruiting More Jobs: AI (Artificial Intelligence) Part 1

AI needs to be the focus of job creation with only 98,000 new jobs created last month. This includes artificial intelligence engineering, scientific, IT, research and development and manufacturing jobs

The term artificial intelligence or AI is frequently hurled around the media, but is it hype or reality? It appears to be a genuine, growing field adding employees at an accelerated pace. This is particularly important with the Labor Department reporting this morning the fewest jobs additions in over a … Read More


Improving Healthcare Science, Engineering & Technology Jobs

As I shared in a recent TV interview, America has lost its lead in what is currently the most cutting-edge technology, artificial intelligence. Singapore, not the U.S., launched the first commercial, driverless car. As a result, President-elect Trump needs to take major steps to improve our nation’s technology innovation. … Read More


Technology Employment Up; Overall Jobs Market Remains Soft!

technology jobs continue to grow

The Labor Department reported this morning that the U.S. economy delivered only modest job growth in September while wages picked up. However, technology employment continues to grow. Jobs in cutting edge fields such as AI, robotics, machine learning, vision systems and other state of the art engineering, scientific, R&D, … Read More


Improve Your Technical Recruiting By Hiring A Veteran

The goal of most corporate management is hiring the best technical candidates to achieve company goals. Therefore, as a technical recruiter I am always trying to recruit the best technology talent for my client's staffing needs. This includes recruiting development, process, automation, manufacturing, application, software, construction and civil engineers. Additionally, … Read More


Employers added 271,000 jobs in October, Engineers Remain Scarce!

2The Labor Department reported this morning that U.S. employers added jobs at their strongest pace this year last month. Nonfarm payrolls rose a seasonally adjusted 271,000 in October. Additionally, government revisions showed employers adding 12,000 more jobs in September and August than previously estimated.

The unemployment rate, which is obtained … Read More


Improving Your Technical And Engineering Recruitment With The “Mirror” Question

Engineering and technical jobs are the lifeblood of most engineering recruiting and technical recruiting firms. Technology and engineering breakthroughs are also the essence of what drives marketplace success for both startups and established companies. As a result, the entire technical and engineering talent recruitment process needs to be precisely planned. … Read More


Filling Engineering Jobs Increasingly Becoming More difficult

The Bureau of Labor Statistics BLS announced this morning that 215,000 new non-farm jobs were created last month. This was the 16th out of the last 17 months that the U.S. economy has added at least 200,00 net new jobs. This was also the 58th straight month of jobs creation! … Read More


Employers Add 200,000+ Jobs 15 out of last 16 months: Open-ended Interview Questions Can Help!

The Labor Department reported Thursday morning that U.S. employers added 223,000 new employees to their payrolls in June. This was the 15th out of the last 16 months that they have added at least 200,000 net new jobs. As a result, the unemployment rate fell to 5.3%, which is its … Read More


Phone Interviews Automate Technical Recruiting!

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

Today’s executive recruiting tip is phone screen first. You can quickly gain a lot of valuable candidate information from a properly structured phone interview. This can save your interviewing process a lot of time and money!

With proper structured phone interviews your team of both: a) internal management recruiters … Read More


GET YOUR MOTOR RUNNING FOR ENGINEERING JOBS.

Originally produced in Springfield, Massachusetts, Indian Motorcycles were a symbol of America’s fascination with motorcycle engineering for over a generation. Unfortunately, the original owners went out of business in 1953.

Many have tried to revive the iconic Indian brand. Unluckily, most of those attempts failed. However, three years ago Polaris Read More