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Is LinkedIn Your New Resume Website?

LinkedIn is the chief career based social media platform that is successfully connecting professionals all around the world. It’s the foremost job search tool that is extensively used by everyone to share and care about the information and key issues of the business industry. Your LinkedIn profile is serving out as a magnet to a

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Is This Social Media Job Search Really Worth My Time?

I’m going to go out on a limb and assume that if you’re reading this you at least have a Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or some social media account that you use. Well just in case you haven’t heard the word on the street, I’ll repeat it for you: these avenues are rumored to be great

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Differences Between Your Job Search and Your Parent’s Job Search

If you’ve ever had a conversation with your parents about their early days of job searching, then you know some of the stark contrasts between the job search of 10-20 years ago and today’s job search. LinkedIn, one of today’s trendiest job searching social media tools, wasn’t even around back then. Heck, my parents didn’t

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Leveraging Social Media Profiles to further your Career Part 2: Twitter

Social media is an extremely powerful medium, and leveraging it can be the key to landing a new job or making the right connections to make a big impact at your current job. If you are job hunting or actively networking, your online profiles are extremely easy to find. What does your profile say about

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Leveraging Social Media Profiles to Further Your Career: Part 1 – LinkedIn

Social media is an extremely power medium. Leveraging it properly can be the key to landing a new job or making the right connections to make a big impact at your current job. Your internet presence is most likely in full view of the curious public. If you are job hunting or actively networking your

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