- Morgan Hill
- • Project Manager
Grand Forks, ND
Pollenmidwest.org is an amazing resource for those searching for job opportunities, ways to volunteer, and other ways to get involved in the community!
Network. Network. Network
- Nicole Johnson
- • HR Generalist
Network. Network. Network. As an HR professional, I know that a lot of positions are landed by the old saying, “it’s who you know.” I connected with recruiters when we first decided to move to the MSP region. They landed me my first Minnesota job as well as my current job. Staying in touch over time with my network helped open the door.
When I first moved to Minneapolis, I used Robert Half Staffing
- Jalaal Madyun
- • Life & Dating Coach
St. Paul, MN
When I first moved to Minneapolis, I used Robert Half Staffing to find a position. I found an opportunity to work for myself through networking with mutual friends.
I was recruited by a consulting firm for a contract to hire position
- Philip Kaleewoun
- • Business Analyst
I was recruited by a consulting firm for a contract to hire position so I started at Voya as a consultant, then they offered me a permanent position after 6 months. I love the company. They treat their employees well and give us 40 paid volunteer hours annually.
Did you know?
“The Twin Cities boasts the best unemployment rate of any large metropolitan area in the United States as a wave of recent hiring boost the local economy.” – Star Tribune, 2014
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