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Is an interim position right for you? Q&A with a McKinley Marketing Partners consultant – Part 1

April 14, 2011 |

With the recent drop in unemployment and the rise in interim positions, we asked some of our Interim Marketing ManagersSM (IMMsSM), including Jon Rochetti, what they like most about working as an IMM with McKinley Marketing Partners. Here are some of Jon’s responses as to why he became an IMM […] Continue reading

Contract Work and Social Media Savvy among Job Market Trends to Watch

April 08, 2010 |

If you are currently a job seeker or an over-worked employee in an under-staffed environment, there is reason for optimism according to a new study by CareerBuilder and USA Today.  “For the third consecutive quarter, more hiring managers and human resource professionals are projecting they will increase headcount in the […] Continue reading

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New Study From CareerBuilder Shows More People Are Finding Jobs

September 30, 2009 |

This past August, CareerBuilder and Harris Interactive conducted a study that surveyed 921 full-time workers in the United States who were laid off from their jobs within the last 12 months. Here are the highlights: People Are Finding Work: Since June 2009, 48% of workers who were laid off found […] Continue reading

The New Generation of Marketing Professionals

June 08, 2009 |

The Marketing News magazine from AMA came last week and the cover story intrigued me immediately.  The headline read “The Renaissance Marketer: Transforming your Career into a Work of Art.”  Being a marketer and having a creative side, I dove right in. The article talks about a new generation of […] Continue reading


A Marketing Consulting Company’s Guide to Building a Better Resume

April 23, 2009 |

This is always a tricky topic. Everyone has their own ideas and philosophies about building a better resume. Ask five people and you will get five different opinions on how your resume should look. Here is one more opinion; follow these eight rules and you will spruce up your resume. Continue reading