Where are the Jobs? Where is the Talent? : Part 1

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BY COREY LEWIS – FOUNDER, OWNER AND PRESIDENT, CAPE FEAR JOBS   This is the first article in a two-part series.   Being one of the most plugged-in individuals to this job market, I hear these two questions nearly every day. It’s no secret that we live and work in a very different culture than… Read more »

What is the Real Unemployment Rate?

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BY COREY LEWIS – FOUNDER, OWNER AND PRESIDENT, CAPE FEAR JOBS Hint – What you’re being told is wrong.   I launched Cape Fear Jobs in March 2016 because no one was talking about the local job market. Employers across the region were looking everywhere for talent, and job seekers far and wide were desperately… Read more »

Employers: Does your Job Description Suck?

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BY COREY LEWIS – FOUNDER, OWNER AND PRESIDENT, CAPE FEAR JOBS   Not getting the response you want from your job posting? The issue may very well be your job description… or lack thereof. Let me ask you this question – what is your reaction when you get a sloppy application or poorly written resume… Read more »

The Middle: An Overflowing Pool of Experienced, Underutilized Talent

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BY COREY LEWIS – FOUNDER, OWNER AND PRESIDENT, CAPE FEAR JOBS   The numbers and messages being shared recently will tell you that life is good for jobs and job growth here in the region. Individuals will tell you that there is a talent gap and will admit to an imaginary “talent cliff” that will… Read more »

New Year, Same Struggling Job Market

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BY COREY LEWIS – FOUNDER, OWNER AND PRESIDENT, CAPE FEAR JOBS   Here we are, already nearing the end of the first quarter of 2018, and one thing’s for sure, some things never change, especially with the job market. It flat out sucks… unless, of course, you hear that unemployment is at four percent and… Read more »

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