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How Your Writing Style Affects Your Job Search

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if you read the hedline of this post and thought it was an intresting article to read.  and then you started to read it and it sudenly ...

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Why Coworkers Don’t Make Good Facebook Friends

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Do you consciously think about every single thing you put on Facebook taking into consideration exactly who will be reading what you write?...

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How Facebook Can Affect Your Job

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Can you brand yourself into a dead end job by what you write on Facebook?  Absolutely!  Even if you have all your privacy settings set up...

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LinkedIn Strategies That Keep You Unemployed

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As frustrating as a job search might be, if you are posting on a public website (especially the biggest business networking website out there!) you must present yourself in a professional manner. You need to make an effort to show that you have all the great qualities that employers seek – every time you start typing.

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How to Post Pictures and Videos that Won’t Scare Off Employers

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Many are familiar with this scenario: you go to a fun event or take a vacation, and along the way you upload some photos and videos to your...

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How to Use LinkedIn to Switch Careers

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LinkedIn is a great way to show your knowledge in other fields of interest. When using it, just be sure you are honest, have some glowing recommendations, and are participating intelligently. If you do these things, LinkedIn can be the magic key in your job search.

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Facebook Status Updates Reflect Unhappy Workforce

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As a regular user of Facebook, I find it very enlightening to watch work related status updates define what appears to be an overwhelming...

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Career Branding Tips for Gen X and Beyond

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The bottom line is that your online image is extremely important, no matter how old you are! Gen Xers and older, you must keep on top of these changing trends because it’s likely you will be in the job market again. And even if you aren’t, your online image may affect your future chances of advancement in your current company.

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