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The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Mastering LinkedIn (Part 1)

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet for Mastering LinkedIn (Part 1)

With more than 100 million users, LinkedIn is the most popular social network for professionals as well as one of the top social networks overall. Are you using it to its fullest potential? While Facebook, Twitter, and now Google+ have been generating the most buzz…

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A Recruiter’s Perspective: Job Boards and Career Websites

A Recruiter’s Perspective: Job Boards and Career Websites

If you’re looking for a job, you’re probably using job boards and social networking sites. Having an online presence is an effective way to find a new post, but with the overwhelming amount of sites available, and the millions of potential candidates squeezed in next…

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Recession-proof ways to jumpstart your job search

Recession-proof ways to jumpstart your job search

There’s been more bad news about the economy lately, likeA the Department of Labor’s recent reports.A Initial filings of unemployment claimsA are at a 16-year high, at 542,000. It’s clear that getting a job is more challenging in this atmosphere. But jobs ARE still out there Recession. Here…

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HOW TO: Build the Ultimate Social Media Resume

HOW TO: Build the Ultimate Social Media Resume

HOW TO: Build the Ultimate Social Media Resume Social media resumes are important for attracting hiring managers directly to you, without you having to submit your resume, blindly, to them. The problem with submitting your resume online to job postings is that most job postings…

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Are You Smarterer Than Other Job Candidates? Prove It

Are You Smarterer Than Other Job Candidates? Prove It

Are You Smarterer Than Other Job Candidates? Prove It Name:A Smarterer Quick Pitch:A Smarterer authenticates practical skills with timed online quizzes. Genius Idea:A Crowdsourced, living tests for ever-changing digital skills. You might truly be a social media expert, but writing “Twitter guru” on your resume does little to…

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Uppers and Downers of Working for the Government

Uppers and Downers of Working for the Government

Like any industry, there are pros and cons for working for the government. A Most government employees I have spoken to are quite content with their jobs. A They find them interesting and challenging. A Indeed, many stressed the fact that their job was not going to be…

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Technology Careers Demand Flexibility, Innovation

Technology Careers Demand Flexibility, Innovation

In the highly dynamic and constantly changing technology industry, job seekers must be always flexible and willing to adapt to new trends. Though technical skills and a level of efficiency are nearly always required, communication skills and creativity are valuable assets as well. The technology…

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How Technology Can Help Alleviate Economic Fears

How Technology Can Help Alleviate Economic Fears

How Technology Can Help Alleviate Economic Fears We need technology leaders. We need people who are going to step up and instill confidence.A Fred Wilson did this yesterdayA and I want to see more from a fiscally minded individual like him (he’s a VC). Scoble is still…

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10 Tips for Job Seekers in the Digital Era

10 Tips for Job Seekers in the Digital Era

10 Tips for Job Seekers in the Digital Era What does it take to land your dream job? In this digital era, job candidates have a plethora of tools at their disposal to help them ace the interview, including advice websites,A Facebook,A Twitter, andA LinkedIn. But how exactly…

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Fields within the Medical Path (Part3)

Fields within the Medical Path (Part3)

Do you want aA medical field career, but aren’t sure what you want to do or where you will fit in? Thankfully, there are plenty of career options from which to choose, and not all of them require years of schooling and long residencies. Perhaps you…

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