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Top 5 Internet Stocks Goldman Thinks Investors Should Buy (Hint: Twitter …
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It's been a tough year for internet stocks. But Goldman Sachs Group Inc. thinks there's at least a handful of names that are worth buying. Facebook Inc., Alphabet Inc. (Google's parent company), Twitter Inc., LinkedIn Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. are …

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More than just a job posting
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In addition to running this blog I have a new full time gig as Director of Digital Recruiting for a cruise line company here in Connecticut. My position allows me to…

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LinkedIn Stock: If You're Bearish on LinkedIn Corp, You Need to Read This
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Rather than focus on LinkedIn Corp's (NYSE:LNKD) guidance for 2016, LinkedIn stock sank some 40%. This is an opportunity for investors, because LinkedIn's premise has not changed. Most companies would dream of LNKD stock's fourth-quarter 2015 …

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Tech Startup Cognistx to Hire 10 in Pittsburgh – Startup Jobs
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Cognistx, a Pittsburgh based tech startup plans to double its staff as it readies for the launch of its first product (May 15). It’s app technology helps companies develop “deeper relationships” with their customers. Cognistx,is small and currently employs seven …

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Apple’s new San Francisco office could be a tool in tech talent wars       | Business| Reuters
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From Apple’s earliest days, executives insisted that employees work from its headquarters in sleepy suburban Cupertino. The thinking, championed by Steve Jobs, was …

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Judge: EEOC’s Employment Background Check Case Is Laughable
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What is shocking is that the EEOC has now suffered another embarrassing setback in their quest to punish employers for their reliance on employment background checks.

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J.J. Abrams’ new hiring system weighs women and minorities in proportion to the US population
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“Any list that we get—it needs to be, at the very least, representative of the country we live in.”

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Spamming To Fill Jobs: Idiots peeing on telephone poles
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“im really hoping there is a opening or other possibility to get a chance to prove my competence. As you will see in my resume I have a broad experience and knowledge in this line of work and im confident it will be worth your time reading it. I am excited to hearing from you.”

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Who is responsible for the lack of good workers?
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It’s parents. First and foremost I blame parents. Parents are the number one reason you can’t find good workers because parents want their kids reach higher than they did. Thus, if Mom or Dad worked in a blue collar profession, they want their kids to look down on that work. It’s subtle. Most parents don’t come […]

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5 Employer Branding Tools
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Employer branding is gaining steam among employers as the job market tightens and they struggle to attract the right talent. As an industry anyone in HR/recruiter should start to look at employer branding as an important talent acquisition strategy. You should all know your EVP…employer value proposition…and be able to communicate that in your recruitment marketing […]

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The First Rule of Recruiting
timsackett.com

Sometimes we go so far into the weeds in recruiting we forget what is really important. We have to have a brand! We have to have an ATS! Or a new ATS! We have to have a CRM! What the hell is a CRM! Our job descriptions need to be better! Our career site sucks! […]

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These Are The Highest Paying Jobs in America
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Doctors on average earn the biggest paychecks in the US, according a report. With a median base salary of $180,000, doctors out-earn the next top earners – lawyers ($144,500) – by a huge margin, according to data compiled by jobs website Glassdoor.

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CareerCloud Radio Hits New Highs
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Boom! We passed 2,700 downloads this week our career advice podcast. A big thanks to all your listeners!

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How This Tinder-Like App Aims To Eliminate Unconscious Bias In Recruiting
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Blendoor hides applicants’ names, ages, gender, and ethnicity so that their qualifications and skills can take center stage.

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