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LinkedIn’s Q2 2014 Earnings

Editor’s Note: We’d like to share with you the announcement related to our 2014 second quarter earnings. We’ll also be providing updates from the earnings call on StockTwits starting at 2...


The Burden of a Timely Thank You

I admit it.  Saying “thank you” come easy to me but being thankful has taken some work. For some people, being appreciative comes naturally. For others, it takes time and work. We’re all ...


How To Use LinkedIn To Get Discovered By Recruiters with Teddy Burriss

In resumes, job applications, and cover letters, keywords (when used properly) will differentiate you from every other candidate. Keywords are used to categorize you based on your skills,...


LinkedIn Employees + LinkedIn for Good InDay = InSpired Impact

At LinkedIn, we’re fortunate to have a day every month called InDay to invest in our communities, ourselves, or the company, in any way that inspires us. Once a year, we rally the entire ...


6 Job Search Tips for Millennials

Frank Jacobsen shares tips related to career development, job hunting, small business, and economic policy. If you’re a millennial currently looking for a job, you’ve got your...


LinkedIn Profile Review [Aired: 7/29/14]

In this episode, J.T. reviews the a profile submitted live by a viewer. Watch and see what improves she suggests for their profile. Don’t miss out on this informative episode of Lin...


What Do Recruiters Really Want from their Job?

One of the most enduring perceptions of the recruitment industry is that recruiters simply follow the money when it comes to choosing their job. While there is no denying that money plays...


13 Lies People Tell In Interviews

People aren’t always the most truthful in interviews. Are some of the more commons lies that one might tell during an interview. 1. I’m a total people-person. Everyone loves m...


Part Two: The Power of Employee Engagement

Monica Miller is currently writing a three part series over called The Power of Employee Engagement. Read the first part in the series on Blogging4Jobs.  The organizations that will incre...


Things I Wish I Knew about Business and Careers When I Was 22

This year, I released the 10th Anniversary edition of my first book, the bestselling They Don’t Teach Corporate in College. I wrote the book when I was 26, and ever since then, I’ve learn...


10 Ways Social Media Just Cost You That Job!

With all of the clamor (“outrage”?) in recent years about employers using social media, or more precisely, posts on these media, to “screen” job candidates, you might expect that a lot of...


How To Make Dates On A Resume Work For You

How hard can it be to list dates with your work experience on your resume? It's important to consider these things when listing dates on a resume. The post How To Make Dates On A Resume W...


Empowered Employees Equals Empowered Company

Employees are the most valuable asset of a company, but how do you empower employees? Here are five principles to follow to reinforce employee empowerment. The post Empowered Employees Eq...


Are Your Work Expectations Realistic?

Expectations. We all have them. We have all sorts of work expectations. Are your expectations realistic? Here are some questions to ask. The post Are Your Work Expectations Realistic? app...


The Advantages Of BYOD For Employees And Job Seekers

The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend is seen by employees and employers alike as adding a significant amount of convenience to many jobs. Learn more. The post The Advantages Of BYOD For...


The Key Qualities Of An Emerging Leader

Through the process of coaching all levels of leaders, I’ve discovered some consistencies in qualities of an emerging leader. The post The Key Qualities Of An Emerging Leader appeared fir...


Do Goals Bring Happiness?

Most people would be inclined to answer that the goals themselves do not necessarily bring happiness but might encourage motivation to start moving toward that end. This would be followed...


The Good, Bad, and Ugly of the HR Profession

As I have mentioned before, HR is my second career. My first was that of a polymer chemist where I spent my days working with chemical engineers, chemists, and other technical individuals...


17 Things You Should Never Ever Include in Your CV

Don’t you wish your CV was so perfect that the moment a recruiting manager goes through it, he decides to hire you? Don’t you wish you knew exactly what points in your CV will nail the jo...


How to Write a Great Interior Design Resume

Are you struggling with your resume? Finding it hard to come up with creative ideas, even though that’s what you do for a living every day? Don’t worry – you’re far from alone in this. Mo...


Methods for Personal Progress

The Change in Me Sometimes, I think I am the same person I was 20 years ago.  And other times, I can’t imagine still living in that time, in that place There are also times when I see a p...


How We Built the LinkedIn Profile so Opportunities Can Find You: Inside Story with LinkedIn’s Product Lead for Identity Products

Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing Q&A series called the Inside Story where we sit down to learn more from the people behind the products at LinkedIn. For the second interview ...


Poll: How has your education affected your career path?

Educational paths, like college and career technical schools, can help pave the way to landing your dream job. But sometimes, the jobs we end up in aren’t directly tied to the education w...


Résumé Keywords Are the Keys to Be Found

Most of the résumés employers receive, either as hard copies or that are uploaded electronically, reside in databases. If those databases were in graphic form, each résumé would resemble ...


7 Tips for Landing Your First Job as a College Grad

According to a an article in USA Today (Job Outlook for College Grads), while overall unemployment is down and new jobs are being created, unemployment for the 25-34 year old age bracket ...