Three Interview Questions

We’ve talked about an assortment of interview questions to prepare for here on our blog.  From the wacky (“If you were shrunk to the size of a pencil and trapped in a blender how would you get out?”) to the routine (“What single project or task would you consider the most significant accomplishment in your … Read More

Common Jobs

Just how common is your job?  According to a new survey by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, the US is heavily made up of retail salespeople, cashiers, food prep works, office workers and registered nurses. These top ten professions, which make up just over 20% of total employment, tend to be low-paying work (with … Read More

New Grads

Some scary numbers were published recently in a new report by the Brookings Institution which showed job prospects for young adults in the nation’s largest metropolitan areas decreased tremendously between 2000 and 2011.  The cities with the highest employment rates for young adults were Provo, Utah, Portland, Maine and Des Moines, Iowa.  However, in both … Read More

Most Content

America’s most content states have good jobs and good health, according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index for 2013. North Dakota, whose economy grew by more than 13.4% in 2012 (thanks to their oil boom), had the highest well-being in the US. North Dakotans also had the highest sub-ranking for physical health and work environment.  South … Read More

Bradsby Group Sponsors C-Level @ A Mile High

Bradsby Group was thrilled to participate as a sponsor for the Colorado Technology Association’s (CTA) annual C-Level @ A Mile High fundraiser, on March 6, 2014. Over 1,200 technology professionals came together for the unique networking event that aims to connect industry individuals at a personal and professional level.  The event, which operates as an … Read More