You spent the last 12, 16, or more years in school. You have invested a lot of hard work. You have an interest in the technology field. Whether you have applied to colleges, or have just completed your college career — you have some important questions about what you can do to get a good [...]
Automotive (or IT) Interview Tips that Will Make You Shine You’ve done it! You’ve applied for the job and now you’ve got the interview scheduled. Congratulations! And, chances are, you’re probably both excited and nervous. If you are, it’s completely normal. In fact, if you weren’t a bit of both, we’d say there’s probably something wrong! [...]
The “Chicken or Egg” Debate Among HR Leaders: Credentials or Potential When Hiring? GalleryApprenticeships, Blog, Careers, Changing The American Workforce, Educators, Employers, Franklin Apprenticeships Careers, Workforce Development
Last spring, Learning House and Future Workplace surveyed 600 human resource leaders about the nationwide skills gap crisis, the state of hiring processes, and the difficulties of identifying qualified candidates. As job openings in the U.S. continue to rise, nearly half of the HR leaders questioned blame higher education for the skills gap. Approximately 47 [...]
We live in a world inundated with technology, so it comes as no surprise that consumers seek similar digital access and advances integrated into their driving experience. These range from the obvious — navigation, entertainment, climate control, and hands-free access — to innovations in safety, performance, and diagnostics.
How Apprenticeships Help the IT Industry Attract and Retain Female Talent For a growing number of women, the tech industry is losing its charm – even though it is one of the highest paying growth industries in America. More than half the US workforce is women, but only 20% of tech jobs are held by women. [...]