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Start Your Own Networking Event

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

What’s the number one way to find a job in Portland? You got it – NETWORKING. I can almost hear you sigh from here.

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How to Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond)

Posted on by Mac Prichard

Today, I’m excited to announce something that I think you’re going to love! For the past year, Mac’s List has been working behind the scenes to write an e-book called, “Land Your Dream Job in Portland (and Beyond): The Complete Mac’s List Guide.”

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Decide What to Be and Go Be It

Posted on by Jessica Williams

Hey there friends, How’s the job search going? How’s that move to Portland coming? I think about you often. How you must feel looking for work, looking for your dream job, or looking to move to Portland.

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How to Build Your LinkedIn Profile Step by Step

Posted on by Jessica Williams

If you were on a desert island and you could only bring one job search piece of advice with you, I’d tell you to bring your network. Networking is like water for your Portland job search – you can’t find a job without it – so LinkedIn is like the cute mug you put your water in. They work together to help YOU survive this thing called The Portland Job Search.

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Portland — Hardly ‘A Retirement Community for the Young’: Oregon Employment Report

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

At Mac’s List, we know how difficult it can be to stay informed on the latest employment news and trends. We want to keep you up to date, so we’re starting a new feature called The Oregon Employment Report. Look for it every Friday on the blog! We will share the top stories and articles of the week regarding employment in our lovely state.

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Announcing our June Panelists! Meet These Social Change Experts at the Mac’s List Event

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

Our next event, How to Find a Job in Social Change, is coming up on June 19, and we can’t wait to introduce our expert panelists on social change in Portland! Look forward to learning from AND mingling with the following social change experts: Mark Holloway, Executive Director at Social Venture Partners Mark has served as SVP Portland’s Executive Director since March 2007. Prior to this, Mark recruited more than 60 international corporations to join … Read more »

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How to Find a Job at Nike, Adidas, Columbia, or Intel in Portland

Posted on by Jessica Williams

  Have you ever wondered why we don’t have more jobs on “Mac’s List” for Portland based corporations like Nike, Adidas, Columbia or Intel? These are some of Portland’s largest employers, and jobs at corporations like these are highly sought after from applicants around the world. This is one of the reasons that

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Looking for Meaningful Work in Portland? Join the Conversation with “Mac’s List” to Create a Better World

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

Social change means different things to different people. Here at “Mac’s List,” when we think “social change,” we think innovation, inspiration and collaboration—all towards a better future. We also think: meaningful, engaging work! 

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Introducing Mac’s March Madness

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

March is finally here, and there’s no better time to get to know Mac Prichard, the founder of “Mac’s List” and Prichard Communications. “Mac’s March Madness” will begin this week and provide our “Mac’s List” readers with insight into how this agency and newsletter started and the leader that has kept us moving forward. Below is a short interview with Mac to kick off the madness! What made you start Prichard Communications? I launched the … Read more »

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3 Reasons You Should Volunteer During the Job Search

Posted on by Cecilia Bianco

If you are struggling to find a job or are working part-time, offering up your skills as a volunteer can have a beneficial impact on your job search. While volunteer work doesn’t have the most glamorous ring to it—and to be a volunteer means working for free—here are three reasons why it is valuable to become a volunteer in your chosen industry!

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