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April 7th, 2015

3 Tips for Using Social Media To Land Your New Job

We all know how social media is a game changer when it comes to finding a job and networking in the professional world. Recruiters and companies are beginning to invest more in social recruiting and candidates are simultaneously becoming more aggressive in their job search, particularly over social media. Read More…

March 10th, 2015

LinkedIn vs. Facebook: What’s the best social network for job seekers?

Last week, author and consultant, Shel Israel started an interesting conversation on Facebook Read More…

February 10th, 2015

Mapping Where the College Graduates are Going

An interesting report has surfaced recently revealing just where College students are heading after they graduate. Read More…

January 12th, 2015

Are Social Media Jobs About to Disappear

Social media has had as much impact on companies and their customers as any technological advance ever, because social fundamentally changes the relationship between those parties from its historical norm – which is “master” and “servant” – to something closer to a relationship among peers. Social has given customers a voice, and business will never be the same. Customers can punish or praise companies within seconds from the palms of their hands, and those communications can (at times) result in meaningful changes to company policy and behavior. Read More…

December 16th, 2014

How long should you stay at that dead-end job?

During the first few years of my career, I was in a lot of what most people would call “dead end jobs.”

It wasn’t that these jobs were dead-ends. It’s that there was no room for growth and advancement. The positions were typically coordinator/specialist positions where I was working for a manager level marketing director who then reported up to an owner/VP-type person. Read More…

November 18th, 2014

Independent Workers and the Freelancer Economy

The one stat you need to know

The 4th annual 2014 MBO Partners State of Independence in America workforce study reports a growing headcount of 17.9 million “solopreneur” independent workers – or those who regularly work 15 hours or more per week as independents, with most working more than 35 hours per week. This is up 1.2% from 2013 and 12.5% from the base year of 2011. This growth, which is more than 11 times higher than the 1.1% growth in the overall U.S. labor force during this 4-year period, demonstrates the continued, structural shift toward independent work. Read More…