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CEO Tweets of the Week: Stewart, Krawcheck, Mahindra, and Cook

This past week several men and women put in performances of their careers @Sochi2014. Americans Sage Kostenburg and Jamie Anderson put in fine final runs to take gold in men's and women's snowboard slopestyle, respectively. The Japanese nineteen-year-old Yuzura Hanyu skated a world-record short program on his way to take gold in men's singles. The speedskating men and women of the Netherlands dominated the ice, picking up all kinds of golds, silvers, and bronzes. Read More >

CEO Tweets of the Week: Nadella, Cuban, Benioff, and Weiner

Although Wall Street punished Twitter earlier this week for its slow new-user growth-following Twitter's first earnings release as a public company, its share price plummeted 18 percent-the social media site regained more than 8 percent of its market value in trading today. And so, it appears that TWTR has the following new user, among others, to thank for joining its growing (albeit not fast enough) network of micro bloggers: @SochiProblems. Read More >

How Recruiters Find Top Talent on LinkedIn

Ever wondered how to make your profile stand out on LinkedIn, or whether people who use the site actually find jobs with it? I definitely have, so when I got the opportunity to talk to someone who knows the ins and outs of using the site from a hiring perspective, I jumped at it. The result: the following Q&A with Erin Osterhaus, an HR analyst at Software Advice, an online resource for reviews and comparisons of HR software. Read More >

Slim Down (Your Job Search) in 2014

It's the time of year when all the commercials you see on TV seem to have magically shifted from hawking toys and luxury goods to encouraging you to have less in your life: whether it's weight, nicotine craving or stress, the resolution season all seems to be about reduction. With that in mind, then, here are a few tips for ways to slim down your job hunt for 2014:  STOP: Blind-submitting your resume Seriously. Read More >

5 Ways a Blog Can Get You the Job

When it comes to social networking, each of the major channels-Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn-has its benefits and drawbacks for job seekers. While each can be an effective method for connecting with people and providing a sense of your skills and personality for potential employers, the downsides include things like privacy concerns and, crucially, the lack of space to go beyond basic information about yourself and your areas of interest and expertise. Read More >

4 Tips for Finding a Job This Holiday Season

With shopping, vacations and the general desire to reduce stress during the holidays, December is a tempting time to take a break from the job search. After all, nobody's hiring during the holidays-right? Wrong. At year end, lots of companies are finalizing their budgeting for the following calendar year, spending what's left this year for fear of losing it, and making hiring decisions accordingly. Read More >

Five Tips for Using Your School's Career Services

You've learned to separate rumor from fact when it comes to career services. But what are some of the best ways to use this office to your advantage? See below for some tips to guarantee you are making the most of your career services office on campus. 1. Develop relationships Getting to know a career services advisor on campus can be instrumental to your career success. Your counselor is someone who can serve as your advocate, coach and sounding board. Read More >

Worst Follow-Up Email of All Time?

Ready to feel great about your professional etiquette? Then read this follow up letter from University of Wisconsin student to a recruiter he met at a networking event. And keep in mind, he's seeking employment: "Subject: Question Hey REDACTED, We talked a couple weeks back at the UW-Milwaukee accounting night. (I was the one looking for equity research positions and had a zit on my lip that could have passed for a cold sore. Lol. Whew. It was not. You're probably like, "uh.. What? Read More >

Get Your Interviewer to Like You: 9 Hacks

You know it's key for your interviewer to like you, but how do you win them over? If you've ever acted super friendly only to see if fall flat, or tried being ultra-confident to a chilly reception, you'll know that one approach never fits all. The key may be to come to your interview adaptable--observant and responsive to your interviewer's cues, and ready to act (or react) accordingly. Here are a few ways you can get on their wavelength: 1. Read More >

McKinsey Uncovered: Has the Firm Earned Its Reputation?

For as long as it has existed, the consulting industry has been plagued by one major question: does it-and by extension the consultants it employs-actually create any value for its clients?  That question is at the core of The Firm, a new book by journalist Duff McDonald, which examines, as its subtitle proclaims, "the story of McKinsey and its secret influence on American business. Read More >

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