Mythbusters: Breaking Down the Walls Between Recruiters and Talent in STEM.

Reading Time: 5 minutes The world of science, engineering, and technology is always changing, driven by brilliant minds pushing the boundaries of what’s possible. Yet, even in this high-powered domain, one thing remains shockingly stagnant: the perception of recruiters. Often cast as robots simply shuffling resumes or gatekeepers guarding your dream jobs—in fact, recruiters face a mountain of myths…

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The 2024 Job Market Outlook for Technology Professionals

Reading Time: 4 minutes The tech sector today is like a living, breathing organism, where technology itself is now evolving faster than the IT job market. With so many changes and innovations happening at light speed, it’s critical for job seekers to stay ahead of the curve—and the future of technology roles in 2024 may surprise you.  According to…

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The 2024 Job Market Outlook for Engineering Professionals

Reading Time: 4 minutes Engineering offers some of the most advanced and innovative work available today. Ready to make a change in your career? The job market is always evolving, so stay informed and make the best decision you can for your area of expertise. Read on for some insight and tips from the experts at hiring experts.  The…

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Veteran Employee Stories

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Reading Time: 6 minutes   Colton Ledford Columbia, Missouri Military branch: Missouri National Guard Current role: On-Site Account Talent Manager     Colton Ledford joined Kelly in the fall of 2016. He works in our Partnered Staffing operations as an on-site account talent manager, supporting one customer’s two locations. Prior to joining Kelly he worked as a project lead…

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Gene Guilkey’s story is a study in grit and determination.

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Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s also a study in how reinventing yourself can lead to new and exciting life chapters—and how Gene’s relationship with Kelly made this possible. A senior airman in the U.S. Air Force during the 1980s, Gene did what most parents would do: he put his family ahead of himself, and resumed his education only after…

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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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