Are you “shadow face” on LinkedIn? An “egghead” on Twitter? Do you use a symbol or a picture of your dog as your avatar? Now is the time to rethink your plans about your online image. According to LinkedIn spokespeople, people are seven times more likely to click through to learn more about you on […]
You are one of the lucky ones to land a job. But, conventional wisdom suggests that a job today is no guarantee of employment tomorrow. Our economy is changing, so you can’t consider yourself “finished” looking for work—even when employed.
I’m not going to pretend I have been following this story, but some friends were posting about it on Facebook, and I couldn’t help but think of what a great “career” post/reminder it makes.
There’s no doubt LinkedIn is a crucial social network if you care about your career. A recent Jobvite study noted that 73 percent of all hires made through social networks were via LinkedIn and 41 percent of employee referrals for jobs involved LinkedIn.
This architect noted data revealing that the building sector consumes approximately half of all energy production and causes about half of all greenhouse gas emissions each year. He wanted to change that.