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Office Reboot! Watch Our Progress!

Office Reboot – Pictures at the bottom! If you have ever been to the Daily Work office or you are a regular reader of our blog posts, you may be aware that Daily Work’s St. Paul office space does not provide adequate space or privacy for our staff and job seekers. Here’s what Sarah, one …
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Job Application Assessments: What is it employers are looking for?

Job Application Assessments: What is it employers are looking for? More and more with online job applications, there are extensive questionnaires and assessments at the end of the application asking often redundant and seemingly pointless questions.  Often times there can be over one hundred questions.  Despite all of these questions, the instructions almost always say …
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Farewell from Becky Billings

Thank You Becky Billings… Becky Billings is an SEO specialist, writing, editing, social media and marketing professional who helped bring Daily Work’s social media, website, and grant writing to the next level. When she joined us last spring, first as a volunteer and then as consultant, Becky was also seeking full-time work, giving her great …
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How To Encourage Persistence

How To Encourage Persistence… When it comes to the topic of persistence, there are platitudes aplenty. We’ve all heard the old adage, “When at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” Then there is the timeworn quote attributed to former U.S. Senator Bill Bradley that goes, “Ambition is the path to success; persistence is the …
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Resume: Tips for Success

Resume Tips for Success… As a fairly new intern at Daily Work, I have observed and worked with several job seekers in the process of applying for jobs. The step that seems to be most crucial (and time-consuming) is the resume writing process. In the job search process, the resume acts as an overview of …
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Driving Into Daily Work

Interning at Daily Work… When I used to hear the word internship, I don’t know about you, but an image popped in my head of a young college student running coffee errands and mail runs for business men and women in an office setting. So after getting placed at Daily Work as a case manager intern, I …
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Not So Jolly Holiday Job Hiring

‘Tis the season to hire temporary employees, but Target is said to be hiring 20 percent less workers this year. The numbers are as follows: 2012 hires – 88,000; 2013 – 70,000. There are pros and cons to this drop in hiring. However, will the cons be more impactful than the pros? Pros The fewer …
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When One Job Isn’t Enough

In Part II of the job stacking series, Becky Billings describes what to look for in a second or third job. It’s also a great example of the types of conversations Daily Work has with job seekers. Job Stacking can be used when one job isn’t sufficient, either in financial return or skill attainment. To get …
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