- Job Posting: Budget Assistant to the Governor
- Job Posting: Westside Economic Alliance
- Introducing PSU Public Service Innovation Lab
- Lightning Round with Norma Alley, City of Newberg
- The Monthly Development with Pat Mobley
- 08.27.12 Jobs, Jobs, Jobs (Hurricane Isaac Remix)
- 08.30.12 Your Morning Buzz
ELGL Forum with Charlie Hales, Portland Mayoral Candidate - Please join us on Thursday, September 13 at noon for an ELGL forum with Charlie Hales, Portland mayoral candidate.
Poll: A Side of Fluoride with Your Glass of Water? Do you favor adding fluoride to drinking water?
RSVP: ELGL Forum with Clackamas County Administrators Steve Wheeler, Nancy Newton and Laurel Butman - Please join us on Wednesday, September 19th at noon for an ELGL forum with Steve Wheeler, Clackamas County Administrator and his two Deputy County Administrators, Nancy Newton and Laurel Butman. The forum will be held in Clackamas County Development Services Building, 150 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, OR 97045.
Oregon Secretary of State’s Office dismisses elections complaint against Clackamas County light rail opponents - The Oregon Secretary of State’s Office has dismissed an elections complaint filed last week against light rail critic Jim Knapp and Clackamas Rail Vote, the political action committee supporting the Sept. 18 anti-light rail Measure 3-401.
Metro challenges Lake Oswego City Council on Sensitive Lands overlay - Metro filed a notice Thursday that it intends to appeal a Lake Oswego land use decision.
Time for a Midyear Checkup of Your Social Media Presence - If you’re one of those mid-level managers secure in your position who hasn’t wanted to take the time to learn about social media, you’re not just missing out — you could be damaging your career in the long run.
Help! My office shyness is hurting my career goals - I am an intern at a financial investment firm. I’ll soon graduate with a degree in business administration, majoring in finance. I have been told by a few people on my team that I do a fantastic job and that the team really likes me. To increase my chances of being hired permanently (they want to hire recent graduates and my department is growing), my co-workers say I should talk to the few people I don’t do a lot of intern work for, so they can get to know me and my abilities.
What your resume can’t do for you - One of the biggest sources of job seeker frustration is sending resumes out and then hearing nothing back. It feels pointless and futile — because for most people, it is pointless and futile. If you don’t have the kinds of skills that employers are desperate to hire, then your resume will not be much help to you, and your job search might take a while.
Why ‘follow your passion’ is bad advice - Do you want to love what you do for a living? Follow your passion. This piece of advice provides the foundation for modern thinking on career satisfaction. And this is a problem.
Inside the UGB
- Former Portland parking manager pleads guilty to taking bribes
- Walmart Building Portland’s Largest Ecoroof, But Still Has Enemies in City Hall
- Milwaukie lawyer Scott Barbur enters city council race
- Portland to consider new minority contracting rules
- Tigard City Council candidate withdraws from race
- Tigard City Council prepares for potential appeals regarding charter amendment proposal
Outside the UGB
- Officials break ground for new creamery in Bandon
- City adding handicap spaces during Round-Up
- Bend City Council candidates finish filing process
- Warrenton cleans up rules for firing guns within the city limits
- Cities draw the line on water line service
- Brookshier speaks out against horse slaughter plant
- Attendance good for first town hall