Searching for a new job? You might be surprised to learn that many “facts” of job hunting are actually not true. Don’t let these myths keep you from your next great job opportunity.
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If you’re like most job seekers, you have your LinkedIn profile on your resume. With resumes being so one-dimensional, a LinkedIn profile showing your recommendations, skills, and experience in a more interactive way can be a great way to get those interviews.
With an impressive background that includes being CIO at Sheridan Heath and eDiets, you might not expect Laura Klein to be diving into code on a Monday morning. Yet, that’s exactly what she’s up to, building additional functionality to her iPhone app for her growing Ten startup.
With Silicon Valley Season 2 over for the year, fans everywhere are now wondering what to do with their now free Sunday evenings. As humorous as Silicon Valley may be, most of the show is based on real startups. It’s not easy running a startup but if you’re thinking of taking the plunge (or already are), here are few valuable lessons the from the show.
No, Job Sabotage isn’t your coworker putting your stapler in Jell-o or getting you blamed for something they did. It’s actually the way we sabotage ourselves when looking for a new job. There are a million ways we can unintentionally sabotage ourselves while on the hunt for a job, preventing us from getting the job we really, really want. If you’re looking to make your next move, here are a few tips to help you stop sabotaging and start rocketing into an awesome new job.
With 2015 right around the corner, your boss is probably thinking about end of the year reports, next year’s budgets and how to divvy out the holiday bonus. The thing you may not realize is on their mind is how to be more innovative in 2015. Understanding what’s on your bosses mind in the realm of innovation can help you become a vital part of your company.