One of the things I was most surprised by when I got into the jobs business over a decade ago was the prevalence and practice of age discrimination in hiring right here in the USA. Oh, sure... we're not like some overseas markets where job ads explicitly demand youth, or a particular gender, or beauty(!), in the applicant, but there it is...
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Attention to detail and small tweaks can get you back on track.
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It's the last week of summer, which means it's getting time to put the boat away, send the kids back to school, get the grill ready for tailgating, and get ready for football season! It also means that it is time to Google yourself.
If you are currently employed and not taking social networking seriously, you’re making a grave error.
Adding structure to your job search can be a key component to helping you succeed.
If you’re one of those mid-level managers secure in your position who hasn’t wanted to take the time to learn about social media, you’re not just missing out — you could be damaging your career in the long run.
Do those years of experience count for or against you?
Can you use Twitter to get ahead in your career? Twitter can be very useful for establishing yourself as a thought leader — or even just a very interested participant — in your industry.
How the search engine's latest algorithm update can work for you..