Mohamed Shariff – A rising star in biomedical science

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Reading Time: 3 minutes To say that Mohamed Shariff is an overachiever is an understatement. With a Master’s degree from Rutgers Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Mohamed is a young man well on his path to becoming a significant contributor to the medical industry. And one of the most critical springboards to that success has been Kelly Services.  …

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Every day, Dr. Kristin Fabre loves her job.

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Reading Time: 2 minutes This scientific program manager earned her graduate degree in Cell and Molecular Biology with an emphasis on Radiation Biology from Colorado State University, and became a postdoctoral researcher at the National Cancer Institute®. While there, Dr. Fabre realized she wanted to work in a translational field setting: the area of science that bridges the gaps…

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Charyn McGinnis enjoys a good challenge.

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Reading Time: 2 minutes   In fact, facing challenges head-on and finding creative solutions has defined this Houston-based HR project manager’s career from the moment she started working with Kelly® in 2000.     “MY KELLY RECRUITER, STACEY, WAS RESPONSIVE, SUPPORTIVE, AND COMMITTED. WHENEVER ONE PROJECT WOULD COME TO AN END, SHE’D INVARIABLY SUGGEST OTHER INTERESTING JOBS AT GREAT…

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Lisa Ross – A NASCAR® accountant with personality

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Last October, Kelly® helped Lisa Ross land her dream job as a general staff accountant with Stewart-Haas Racing®. The company is a title-winning NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team co-owned by Tony Stewart, three-time Sprint Cup champion, and Gene Haas, founder of Haas Automation® —the largest CNC machine tool builder in the western world. Soon, Lisa…

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Aleece Kreiner – An instrument engineer with a bright future

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Reading Time: 2 minutes And it all began while she was still a co-op student at her alma mater, Saginaw Valley State University. There she met Tiffany, a Kelly® recruiter, at a college job fair. Aleece was immediately impressed by Tiffany’s friendly and open demeanor, which was why she followed up on that initial meeting and sent in her…

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Kory Green – An auditor with career ambition

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Some people associate temporary work with short-term assignments. But Kory Green of Columbia, South Carolina knows different. His association with Kelly® has served to propel his career forward and pave his way for a bright future. A graduate of the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Kory first came to Kelly in 2009. Since then, he…

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Expand Your Mechanical Engineering Career With These Minor Degrees

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Reading Time: < 1 minutes Technology is rapidly advancing and along with it, the field of mechanical engineering. Mark Saltrelli, Vice President of Engineering Recruiting for Kelly Science, Engineering, Technology, and Telecom, shared his expertise with The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) on how engineers can keep up with constantly evolving technology. He recommends that mechanical engineers round out…

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Pathways to Success in Research and Development

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Perhaps you are just starting out in your first scientific job, or maybe you have been working in the industry for a couple of years. Regardless of where you are in your career, sooner or later, you will be presented with opportunities and choices that can have a long-lasting impact on your professional future. By…

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Preparing for Industry 4.0: Four steps to improving your soft skills

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Whether you like it or not, Industry 4.0 is driving change in every aspect of our lives, including the workplace. Advanced automation has the potential to perform repetitive tasks faster, more accurately, and at a much lower cost than humans—and it will impact jobs at every level and in every industry. Automation will also change…

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