LinkedIn’s Newest Feature: Career Advice

When I coach clients on LinkedIn, I always make the distinction that LinkedIn serves as a networking tool first, and job board second. Its primary purpose is to help you make new connections and nurture your current ones, in order to support your long-term career growth. Since Microsoft purchased LinkedIn, we’ve seen a number of […]

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Transferable Skills: The Key Ingredient To Changing Careers

  The standard advice that job seekers receive when changing careers seems to be to “focus on your transferable skills.” Do an internet search for the term “transferable skills” and you’ll find a plethora of advice! But what if you don’t know exactly what that means? Or, you just don’t know what skills you have […]

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5 Tips To Land A Job After Being Let Go

This week’s article is a guest blog from Careerminds. Careerminds is a next gen career transitions company focusing on outplacement, retirement lifestyle planning, and leadership development coaching. They specialize in high-touch, high-tech solutions that give their clients personalized experiences while still using the most sophisticated technology on the market. For more information about Careerminds, please visit their website.   […]

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“Open Candidates”: What You Need To Know About LinkedIn’s Newest Feature

Most job searches are confidential. Unless you’re retiring or relocating, it’s unlikely that you’d want your current employer to know that you are thinking about leaving. A few months ago, LinkedIn tapped into this concept by introducing Open Candidates. This a new setting that you can turn on and off in your profile to confidentially […]

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