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Infographic: Top 5 Unconventional Ways to Land a Job in 2011

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Infographic: Top 5 Unconventional Ways to Land a Job in 2011
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MoneyWatch – How to Use Google to Get a Job

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MoneyWatch – How to Use Google to Get a Job

A good how-to on using Google in a job search. From moneywatch.bnet.com – How to Use Google to Get a Job With the economy in a state of slow recovery and an influx of recent grads in the job market, many Americans are searching for work. Trends from Google Search reveal that an increasing number […]

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LinkedIn Buys Real-Time Search Startup IndexTank

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LinkedIn Buys Real-Time Search Startup IndexTank

LinkedIn has acquired San Francisco-based IndexTank, a provider of real-time hosted search technology, for an undisclosed amount. LinkedIn and IndexTank say that the acquisition will help improve LinkedIn’s internal search technology. “LinkedIn has exploded over the past few years, and the search team has done a fantastic job at building world-class technologies to keep up […]

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Workday Springs From Oracle’s Hostile PeopleSoft Takeover

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Workday Springs From Oracle’s Hostile PeopleSoft Takeover

From Business Insider: Aneel Bhusri was a top executive and board member at PeopleSoft in 2004 when Larry Ellison’s Oracle made its hostile takeover bid. After they lost a bruising 18-month battle, he and cofounder Dave Duffield quietly left the company and nursed their wounds. A few months later, they teamed up to start a […]

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Study Finds Internet Job Search Reduces Time Unemployed By 25%

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Study Finds Internet Job Search Reduces Time Unemployed By 25%

A new study conducted by professors from University of Colorado and the University of California finds that conducting and Internet job search reduces the time spent unemployed by an average of 25%. The discovery directly contradicts a 2004 study showing that using the Internet actually prolonged unemployment. “In 2004 the researchers came up with two […]

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