When you register with Manpower, we can offer you many critical tools that are important to securing that next job. For example, we provide guidance for creating a resume and tips on interviewing with a prospective employer at no cost to our applicants and associates.
Resume, Interview and Job Search Help
You never get a second chance to make a first impression. A resume is your ticket into the job race and your interview is the key to convincing a potential employer that you are a great fit for their company. These are significant tools that can make an employer sit up and take notice. Believe us when we say that it’s worth your time to perfect them.
We value the role of work in people’s lives. Our free training courses are your ticket to accessing knowledge that can positively impact your career.
If you work with Manpower you get over over 5,000 hours of e-learning resources absolutely FREE, covering everything from skilled trades to sales and marketing to healthcare to advanced computer programming..
So whatever your dream job or learning needs, now is the time to train and go for it! Visit us today and explore the extensive resource material available to you after registering with Manpower.
Manpower Employment Outlook Survey (MEOS)
This survey has been running for more than 45 years and is one of the most trusted surveys of employment activity in the world. It is unique in size, scope, longevity and area of focus. The survey is independent and uses a representative sample of employers from throughout the countries where it is conducted (not just ManpowerGroup’s customer base or a random Internet panel). Because of its scope,MEOS also provides detailed information about trends in different regions and industry sectors for each of the 39 countries and territories. It has proven to be an accurate predictor of hiring trends, and operates in accordance with the highest standards in market research.
Northern Illinois has the luxury of state of the art CareerCenters. Regardless of where you are in your career the CareerCenters are there to help.
The United States Department of Labor (www.dol.gov). This website has an abundance of information for job seekers and the unemployed – from career tools & services to employment projections.