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Millennials don’t want a hug. We want opportunity.

  • Now, not only have youth-oriented sectors such as hospitality and tourism been effectively shut down, my generation is likely to experience “long-term consequences in the form of occupations lower on the jobs ladder and lower salaries than they might have expected in the early part of the century”.
  • From my personal experience, the employment market was shaky by the time I finished my finance and economics degree.
  • I was fortunate to win a place in the graduate program for technology company, Iress.
  • It involves helping me navigate my first year of full-time employment, working with me to develop my skills, helping me forge a career path and connecting me with a group of passionate and motivated peers in my graduate program.
  • Sceptical that degrees are the best measure of whether candidates have the skills they need, employers are looking for ways applicants can prove themselves.

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L'Oreal requires medical records to work from home, could be the norm - Business Insider

  • Those employees who wish to remain working from home must provide L'Oreal with access to their medical records in order for any accommodations from the company to be considered, according to a post on beauty watchdog Instagram account esteelaundry.
  • According to Helen Rella, an employment and labor lawyer at Wilk Auslander, L'Oreal is perfectly within its rights to request access to medical records from its employees who are requesting to stay at home.
  • However, the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits employment discrimination based on disabilities, allows employees with underlying medical conditions that put them at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 to request accommodations from their employers, which includes working from home.
  • In the event an employee makes this type of request, the employer has the legal right to ask for pertaining medical certification and records in order to justify any accommodation.

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L'Oreal requires medical records to work from home, could be the norm - Business Insider

  • Those employees who wish to remain working from home must provide L'Oreal with access to their medical records in order for any accommodations from the company to be considered, according to a post on beauty watchdog Instagram account esteelaundry.
  • According to Helen Rella, an employment and labor lawyer at Wilk Auslander, L'Oreal is perfectly within its rights to request access to medical records from its employees who are requesting to stay at home.
  • However, the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits employment discrimination based on disabilities, allows employees with underlying medical conditions that put them at a higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19 to request accommodations from their employers, which includes working from home.
  • In the event an employee makes this type of request, the employer has the legal right to ask for pertaining medical certification and records in order to justify any accommodation.

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38 common résumé mistakes that hurt your chances of getting hired - Business Insider

  • But as Alyssa Gelbard, career expert and founder of career-consulting firm Résumé Strategists, pointed out: Past work experience that might not appear to be directly relevant to the job at hand might show another dimension, depth, ability, or skill that actually is relevant or applicable.
  • Your résumé shouldn't include the words "I," "me," "she," or "my," said Tina Nicolai, executive career coach and founder of Resume Writers' Ink. Never describe past work experience using the present tense.
  • Your most relevant experience should be from the past 15 years, so hiring managers only need to see that, Augustine said.
  • Avoid including a job on your résumé if you only held the position for a short period of time, Gelbard said.
  • Avoid including a job on your résumé if you only held the position for a short time, Gelbard said.

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38 common résumé mistakes that hurt your chances of getting hired - Business Insider

  • But as Alyssa Gelbard, career expert and founder of career-consulting firm Résumé Strategists, pointed out: Past work experience that might not appear to be directly relevant to the job at hand might show another dimension, depth, ability, or skill that actually is relevant or applicable.
  • Your résumé shouldn't include the words "I," "me," "she," or "my," said Tina Nicolai, executive career coach and founder of Resume Writers' Ink. Never describe past work experience using the present tense.
  • Your most relevant experience should be from the past 15 years, so hiring managers only need to see that, Augustine said.
  • Avoid including a job on your résumé if you only held the position for a short period of time, Gelbard said.
  • Avoid including a job on your résumé if you only held the position for a short time, Gelbard said.

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This is the only city in America where unemployment is actually down

  • Out of 389 metropolitan areas tracked by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, it's the only city in the nation where the unemployment rate hasn't risen over the past year.
  • City officials chalk that up to its biggest employers: health care providers, bourbon and tobacco producers, and makers of personal protective equipment.
  • But according to Mayor Watson, the city's major private employers compete in some of the few industries seeing economic gains during the pandemic and have been hiring as a result.
  • Owensboro's largest employer — its hospital, Owensboro Health — has been doing well financially throughout the pandemic, according to the mayor.
  • Greater Owensboro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Candance Castlen Brake says the city is also centrally located between some of the nation's largest population centers, including Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Nashville and Indianapolis, which makes it an optimal distribution hub.

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How to Write a Winning Data Science Resume

  • To me, there was something to be said about that — these successful companies a lot of data scientists want to work at, admired creativity and personality — it paid off.
  • A good way to improve your resume is to include this goal section because it shows employers what you are looking for, almost answering the ‘what do you expect to do in five years’ question, interviewers often asked.
  • I have always stuck to the same rule when writing out points in the experience section for each company on my resume.
  • On the contrary, if you want to appeal to more machine learning data science, highlight skills like GCP, Airflow, and Kubernetes.
  • I want to give the most applicable and easy advice to data scientists so that they can find work at their dream company.
  • I included improvements in the aesthetic, goal, experiences, skills, and education/extracurriculars sections of your resume.

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