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From Marc Cenedella
Marc Cenedella

Whenever a recruiter posts a job with us, we want to connect our members as quickly as possible. So we look through our whole directory of members, including you, to find those best fit for the job.

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Don't ask for a job

There's an easy way to turn dreaded employment networking into deadly effective bonding: When you're networking, ask for a reference, not a job.

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Don't ask for a job

Here's an easy way to turn dreaded employment networking into deadly effective bonding: When you're networking, ask for a reference, not a job.

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Don't ask for a job

Here's an easy way to turn dreaded employment networking into deadly effective bonding: When you're networking, ask for a reference, not a job.

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How to Ensure Your References Are Gender-Neutral

Studies indicate the language often used to describe female professionals weakens their appeal to hiring managers. What can you do to level the playing field?

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10 New Year's Resolutions Every Job Hunter Should Make in 2011

As the calendar turns to 2011 we get a fresh start to commit ourselves to finding a new job. Put yourself in the best position with these 10 New Year’s resolutions.

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Two Terrific Tips to Try

Two bits of advice that we've shared with you over the years stand out as being the most useful for professionals looking to make their job search successful.

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You're better than that...

My new book, "You're Better Than Your Job Search", is out, and I'd like to thank you for making it possible.

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The Secret to Great LinkedIn Recommendations
There’s a reason executives with recommendations get three times more inquiries. Follow these steps to get meaningful testimonials.
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360-Degree Performance Reviews: Do It Yourself
Don’t wait for corporate to make you do it. Ask the people who work for you to give you their honest opinions. Believe it or not, this often results in the best referrals.
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How to Get Job References Without Asking

You want people saying, “I know someone who’s unbelievable at that.” If your friends aren’t saying this yet, they will be soon.

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