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As we’re entering a new year, I’ll finish up with some tips and resources to help you create your recruiting plan and strategy for finding the workers you need in 2020. I hope you find them helpful and don’t hesitate to contact me if you…

Librarians have been experiencing something of an existential crisis in the last decade or two, thanks to the rise of the internet and sophisticated search engines, eBooks, budget pressures and other trends. But the past few years have been positive, and good news is on…

“So, where do you see yourself in five years?” It’s a dreaded interview question, usually asked by interviewers who either lack interviewing experience or who think it’s a useful indicator of a candidate’s ambitiousness. When there are so many innovative ways to conduct an interview,…

If you haven’t given much thought to personal branding (or don’t even know what it is), then please continue reading, especially if career advancement matters to you. Personal branding is the practice of developing a unique professional identity and message in order to distinguish yourself…

“Are you willing to relocate – Y/N?” This question confronts many job seekers and answering it is not as easy as just checking a box. As a library professional, you may feel especially conflicted, since there are a limited number of library jobs, and your…

LAC Group seeks a Senior Information Resources Associate for a national consulting firm’s New York (Manhattan) office. This position will be responsible for using information tools and databases to conduct a variety of research projects for the global consulting staff and clients. This is a…

LAC Group is seeking a dynamic Client Engagement Manager to join our expanding practice in the New York City region. This individual must have a strong understanding of information services.  Our client engagement managers are thought-leaders, clear communicators (oral and written), have excellent project management…

Compensation remains a hot topic in librarianship. An ever-increasing cost of living in the United States coupled with stagnant salary growth means more potential MLIS students and learned practitioners are asking if a career in the stacks is worth it.

LAC Group currently has several open opportunities for Research Librarians for law firm clients in Washington, DC. These roles are working directly with the firm and offer competitive salary and benefits for the right candidate. If you are interested in working in a research capacity…

Today’s librarians must have a wide-ranging skill set to be viable in the job market. According to this Snapshot of Job Postings, The number of job postings requiring “job-specific experience” rose from 273 in 2017 to 341 in 2018. Job postings that preferred “job specific…

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