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Posted October 07, 2014 by

Employers, Do You Want to Hire Millennials? How You Can Recruit Them

Some employers may have a desire to recruit Millennials but don’t know how to go about doing it.  In order to attract this tech-savvy generation, it is important for companies to know what they value, while focusing on their specific needs.  Here are some tips to help employers recruit the best candidates for hire. (more…)

Posted September 29, 2014 by

Thinking of Building Your Salesforce Career? Here are Things to Consider

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Sales force concept. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

A salesforce career is among the most lucrative careers in the market right now. Clients are always looking for salesforce administrators as well as developers.  If you are thinking of building your career in this industry, not a day will end without you having to share your knowledge and skills with companies that need programming software.

Salesforce careers are all about offering programmatic access to information in organizations-the tools that the administrator or developer uses are called Salesforce API. These application programming interfaces, API, are secured to protect the information of the organization against intruders. If you would like to build your career in this industry, you need to understand how to use API in client based projects. (more…)

Posted September 15, 2014 by

Communication is Number One Challenge Managing Remote Workers, CIOs Say

Robert Half Technology logoApparently communication (or a lack thereof) is the biggest challenge for CIOs who manage remote workers.  Learn more in the following post.

For technology professionals who work remotely, out of “site” isn’t necessarily out of mind. In a new Robert Half Technology survey, nearly one-third (30%) of U.S. chief information officers (CIOs) interviewed said communication is their greatest challenge in managing a remote workforce. Productivity and technology challenges followed, each cited by 22% of respondents. (more…)

Posted July 30, 2014 by

Recent College Graduates, Want to Write Your Best Resumes for Jobs? Follow These 10 Steps

For recent college graduates looking to write their best resumes to help them get jobs, the following post includes an infographic with 10 steps for success.

There’s a ton of resume advice out there… most of it contradictory. As YouTern CEO Mark Babbitt says: “Advice on resumes is like snowflakes. It’s impossible to find two the same.” Which is why we love this infographic from YellowLineLabs.com! Here, you’ll see great advice – all told from the perspective of what your audience, the employer, wants

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Posted July 23, 2014 by

Want to Change Careers, College Graduates and Find New Jobs? 5 Ways Not to Limit Yourself Mentally

For college graduates who want to find jobs in new careers, it is important for them not to limit themselves mentally in these five ways found in the following post.

You probably fell into your current career. Yes, I know you planned. You carefully considered your choice of degree. You got a job you were qualified for. But you only assessed opportunities that were right in front of your nose.   Your choices were (unwittingly) limited. Limited by your environment.

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Posted July 10, 2014 by

Make Online Learning Easier with These Tools

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John Reiley

When you are working through online classes- whether for school or for business training- you will need the right tools to help you get through it and get the most out of it. If you are looking for some very useful and user friendly tools and apps for online learning, then you need to consider these tools. Many are free to use or have minimal fees and cost, making them perfect for any student or online learner. Check them out to see what they can do for you and your group! (more…)

Posted June 13, 2014 by

Just Started an Entry Level Job? 6 Ways to Move Ahead in Your Career

Now that you have started your entry level job, are you wondering how to move ahead in your career?  Learn six ways to do so in the following post.

John and Sally worked in the same company at the same position. Over the course of 12 months, John got sponsored to a promotion by his manager, worked his way up at two more companies and finally settled for a managerial position at the age of 28. She did earn several good raises and performance reviews, but that’s

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Posted June 11, 2014 by

E-Learning Tools to Help You Be a Successful Student

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Melissa Burns

Today’s students keep adding to their arsenal of online tools that help them save time while learning more. If you haven’t started exploring what today’s technology is offering to you, then you are way behind your classmates. The Internet is much more than a tool that connects you with your friends and provides material for endless hours of fun.

In the continuation, you will find a list of the best e-learning tools that will help you become a better student. With their usage, you will start spending less time in studying, but achieve better results at the same time. Who wouldn’t want that? (more…)

Posted June 04, 2014 by

5 Tools for Starting a Business Fresh Out of College

Happy female small business owner of a fabric store

Happy female small business owner of a fabric store. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

You’re young and brimming with enthusiasm, ready to take your first steps into the corporate world. But why spend years slaving away under a boss when you can start your own business straight out of college?

Read on to discover some great tools for getting your enterprise off the ground. (more…)

Posted May 19, 2014 by

Headed off to College? Don’t Leave Home Without These Must-Have Items

College students moving on to university campus

College students moving on to university campus. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Wondering what the latest tech trends are? Take a peek into a college classroom. According to ZDNet, more than 70 percent of students need technology to study for classes. As a result, the traditional back-to-school shopping list has undergone some revisions as laptops, e-readers and tablets have entered the fold. But no matter how much the college classroom changes, some of the necessities of college life remain the same. To address college needs old and new, here’s a quick guide to the necessary away-from-home college gear: (more…)