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3 Ways to Find Top Talent for Your Startup

3 Ways to Find Top Talent for Your Startup

3 Ways to Find Top Talent for Your Startup While the latest unemployment numbers are unnerving, there are still manyA companies struggling to find the right employeesA for their organizations – especially when it comes to startups. While there’s no such thing as a typical startup –…

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6 Ways to Get a Tech Job Without a Tech Degree

6 Ways to Get a Tech Job Without a Tech Degree

Jobs in tech are stronger than ever. In 2011,A AmazonA hired 22,500 people, bringing its workforce up to 56,200, andA GoogleA hired 8,000 people – more than ever in a single year. The technology sector is booming, and while not all of these jobs require an engineering degree, getting…

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Leveraging Your Opportunities On Twitter

Leveraging Your Opportunities On Twitter

One of the most exciting features of Twitter is the ability to be able to search every possible tweet in the public timeline and be shown while you’re searching if a new tweet comes through. Now most Twitter users wouldn’t think that being able to…

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7 jobs that pay $75,000 a year

7 jobs that pay $75,000 a year

A few years back,A researchers from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson SchoolA shed some light on the long-debated topic of money and its link to happiness. The study revealed a correlation between earning a specific dollar amount and reaching one’s highest happiness level. According to the study, as…

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How Should You Handle A Pay Cut?

How Should You Handle A Pay Cut?

How Should You Handle A Pay Cut? Perhaps you’ve noticed that business has slowed down around your office, which could be a sign that your company has fallen on tough times. The good news, you learn, is that you still have a job. But before…

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Blog and tweet your way to a new career

Blog and tweet your way to a new career

Blog and tweet your way to a new career The rise of social-media sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook is changing the way we all drive our way to a new career. Now companies are seeking their customers’ attention with tweets, videos, articles, pictures…

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How to Handle a Pay Cut

How to Handle a Pay Cut

Perhaps you’ve noticed that business has slowed down around your office, which could be a sign that your company has fallen on tough times. The good news, you learn, is that you still have a job. But before you can say, “Whew,” you learn the…

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In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 1)

In-Demand Skilled Trade Jobs And How To Get ‘Em (Part 1)

Ever glance at a home or car repair bill and think to yourself, “I’m in the wrong line of work!”? If so, it’s with good reason. Skilled tradespeople who can build, repair or maintain equipment that most lay people cannot do on their own can…

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Does the IT Industry have an Equal Playing Field?

Does the IT Industry have an Equal Playing Field?

Glass ceiling: a term that describes a symbolic plateau beyond which women (and other minorities) rarely advance. Corporate leaders such as directors, presidents and CEOs all operate above this so-called ceiling. Is there gender parity in the IT industry? Are men and women treated the…

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Working Moms Continue to Struggle with Work-Life Balance

Working Moms Continue to Struggle with Work-Life Balance

Parenting is tough on any given day, and it does not get easier when one or both parents work outside the home. As you might expect, working moms have their own unique situations to confront.A As withA all workers, today’s competitive workplaces, demanding positions and financial obligations…

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