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Career Development

How to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile to Find a Job

Tweet If you think it’s enough to set up a profile on LinkedIn, fill it with some information and call it a day, you’re making a huge mistake. It’s great

Social Media

How Social Media is Promoting the Finance Industry

Tweet Here is how social media is helping the finance industry. Connecting with audience Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, are powerful financial tools if used well. If

Internet

How to Effectively Use LinkedIn to Your Advantage as a Professional

Tweet LinkedIn is a great social media tool especially for networking. It has helped numerous people to achieve their professional objectives. Most Human resource managers looking for new recruitment use

Small Business

Effective Public Relations and Your Small Business

Tweet How your company presents itself goes beyond its marketing strategy. While your customers may know your business by what you sell, they are also interested to learn how your

Small Business

Small Business Recruitment Tips & Tricks

Let’s face it: as a small business operator you cannot compete against large corporations for talent. At least not in the same way that large businesses compete, especially on salary.

Small Business

Launch Your New Business Without Money

Tweet Is it possible to start a new business without any money? Yes, although your definition of starting a business will be different from how your state defines a business.

Career Planning

7 Steps to a New Job in 2011

Tweet 2010 is fading into oblivion, yet another year for the history books. This year marks the third consecutive tough one for many people who have had to weather an

Social Media

The Decline of Happy Hour….

Tweet ….How Social Media Has Changed Career Networking By Andrew Hall Career networking-themed events, like happy hours, are still happening all over the world, and people are still going to

Career Planning

7 Job Hunting Tips For The Newly Unemployed

Tweet Have you recently lost your job? If so, you’re part of a large group of Americans who are out of work. Unemployment is around 10 percent while the number