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Recently, the Chicago Tribune pinged me for a few quotes on how to start a career in social media. Naturally, I sent them a bit more than they needed. But what I wrote actually turned out to fit pretty well as a blog post – so rather than letting it never be seen, following are my unedited thoughts answering the question:
Marc Hoag, CEO and co-founder of Venturocket , is a California-licensed attorney with an econ degree from UCLA and a strong background in math and science. Marc's mission with Venturocket, first conceived nearly 10 years ago, is simple: to help make the world a more productive place. Unless you're fortunate enough to be deliriously happy with your professional life, the odds are high that you’ll be looking for a different job in the future.
Dan Schawbel is the author of Me 2.0 and the founder of Millennial Branding , a full-service personal branding agency.
Writing a resume is such a nebulous activity these days.
Jennifer Ramcharan, Global Recruiter at TripAdvisor Appealing:
These days, there is a plethora of ways to look for a job, like social networking, going to professional events, or just being your own recruiter. However, one of the more popular job search methods out there is to use job boards. Be that as it may, many people who are looking for jobs find that many boards are either cluttered, full of spam, don’t cater to their needs, or just aren’t the right fit. So, this begs the question: Do job boards really work? The real question may not be if job boards really work, but if we are looking for jobs on those boards correctly .
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