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The Comforts of Being Inbred

Our clients range from Fortune 100 to ‘Will Never make a Fortune’. We range from multi-billion dollar global corporations to pre-revenue startups; and virtually every size in between. There are a lot differences across those companies, with

Recent Successful Placements – December 2013

VP Sales – Electrical Distributor in South Carolina Design Engineer – Architectural Lighting Manufacturer Product Specification Specialist – Cable and Wire Harness Manufacturer Product Marketing Manager – Energy Management Ma

Tech’d Up – Trends in the Tech Industry

The tech industry is all aflutter about the rumored decline in their market. The fallout from this trend is that the layoffs within the industry have been largely targeted against the more senior techies; most of whom are all of 40 years old. The

Lack of Talent in the Electrical Industry, and Other Myths

What’s the Buzz? Egret Consulting Group’s monthly newsletter, The Buzz, is a compilation of electrical industry insight, interviewing advice, job openings and networking opportunities. To ensure you’re staying up to date with what’s

Education and Hiring

One large lesson to learn from the recession is that education is a valuable attribute to making money and keeping a job. The unemployment statistics over the past 3 years have continued to reinforce that an actively engaged worker with a college

Email your way to a new career?

Proof that "if nothing changes....nothing changes." Sometimes you have to take a flying leap to get what you want. Interesting read, click the link below. via This Email Got One Stanford Student A Huge Job At Foursquare#top.

Results: Egret’s 7th Annual Women in The Industry Survey

Mundelein, IL 5-6-2011. The percentage of female attendees at the National Association of Electrical Distributors Annual National Summit decreased in 2011 to 7.4% for all attendees. By absolute numbers, the total female registration at this conferenc


Life was simple when electrical meant 120 volts or higher. High voltage was high voltage, and low voltage belonged to people who installed doorbells. Then alarm systems became popular, along with security systems and dimmers went from line voltage to

Ted Konnerth is invited to join The Pinnacle Society

Ted Konnerth, PhD is scheduled to speak at the Strategies in Light Conference February 24, 2011 Mundelein, IL (December 29, 2010). Ted Konnerth, PhD, President/CEO of Egret Consulting Group, will be speaking at the Strategies in Light conference Feb