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Getting a Job

Getting a Job | Business Futures | Scoop.it

Getting a job? When you apply for a job, you will find that there are many others who have the same qualifications as you. So how do you make yourself stand out from those others?  This page provides some advice and useful links ...

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This Website Uses Social Media to Find Your Dream Job

This Website Uses Social Media to Find Your Dream Job | Business Futures | Scoop.it
Jackalope Jobs imports all of your credentials and social media connections in order to find you a great job.

"From the dashboard, you can search for a job and also search through your connections. You’re able to type in a job title or any keywords relevant to your search, and Jackalope Jobs will pull together listings from job boards, social media and other places in accordance with its “Jackalope Ranking” (best match according to your network and qualifications)."

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How To Find Hidden Talent For Your Tech Company

How To Find Hidden Talent For Your Tech Company | Business Futures | Scoop.it
Top talent is few and far between. The best of the best aren’t searching for a job, so how do you find them?

There are a number of reasons why tech employers should be proactive when it comes to maintaining their current employees and attracting new ones. Regardless of the state of the economy, qualified candidates for these jobs remain in high demand.

It can be tough to find real talent hidden among a stack of job applications. But if you reconsider your recruitment strategy, it doesn’t have to be. Take a different approach: Rather than waiting for top talent to come to you, go out and search for it yourself. It might seem like a daunting task at first, but all you need are the right tools ...

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'Something Is Wrong': Starbucks CEO Says Calls For National Job Creation Effort

'Something Is Wrong': Starbucks CEO Says Calls For National Job Creation Effort | Business Futures | Scoop.it
Not often does a billionaire chief executive of a prominent American brand assert that our system is effectively broken.

 

"Millions of Americans are out of work," Schultz declares in his letter. "Many more are working tirelessly yet still unable to adequately care for their families. Our veterans are not being welcomed home with the level of support they deserve. Meanwhile, in our nation’s capital, our elected leaders are continuing to put ideology over real solutions."

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