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A decade after the economic downturn, the job market has finally started to rebound with jobs being added in nearly every sector. The unemployment rate in both the US and UK has been sitting at around 4% for the last few years, down from an average of 6.5% in 2014. While most companies are having success finding the candidates they need to fill their open positions, businesses in the manufacturing sector have been struggling to get applicants through the door.
The National Association of Manufacturers estimates that US companies will face
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Mobile devices have evolved to be an essential tool in our everyday lives in such a short span of time that it is easy to forget that our CEOs, managers, parents and even me (despite my youthful looks!) experienced a life without them completely
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