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"As with everything else we do today, technology has come up with a way to make our writing lives easier.
Pam Neely (photo, left) at Scoop.
"If you've sent out dozens or even hundreds of resumes and haven't heard anything back, you might be wondering what the problem is.
"Business writing used to be simply about communicating — getting information across to others," writes Michael Theriault.
"Ready to boost your productivity and get better blog posts?
"Despite the fact that hiring managers now ask for a variety of application materials, resumes are still an extremely important part of the process.
Susan Adams presents the 8 keys at Forbes.
"With 2015 offering an abundance of new communications technologies and services, it is essential for businesses to be aware of the latest trends and attempt to gain an advantage over the competition," reports Jonha Revesencio (photo, left) in a piece at HuffingtonPost.
"Be better prepared when you receive that job offer by understanding how salaries, total compensation, and commissions and bonuses work.
Jacquelyn Smith discusses the work of Mark Goulston (photo, left).
"These days, unpacking the secrets to viral success has been the mission of researchers, media organizations and businesses alike.
"If you haven’t modified your approach to a job search catching up with what works today, you are probably wasting your time and staying unemployed longer than you need to be," warns Susan P.
"It’s clear you need thick skin to survive today’s job market.
"People don’t have the time or the attention span to read any more words than necessary.
"Does it seem like you don’t have enough hours in the day to get through everything you need to do?
Ian Cleary (photo, left) presents his 19 tips.
"The question that most people ask themselves as they walk into their boss's office to negotiate their salaries is likely some variant of "What am I going to say?
Jena McGregor, columnist at The Washington Post, interviews productivity expert David Allen (photo, left) asking how he manages the "digital onslaught.
"In 2014 Mike Rowe, Dirty Jobs host and founder of the mikeroweWORKS Foundation, shared some valuable career advice with a fan via Facebook.
"You can’t build a strong professional network if you don’t open up to your colleagues; but doing so is tricky, because revealing the wrong things can have a devastating effect on your career," warns Travis Bradberry (photo, left) in a piece at TheMuse.
"A great piece of writing is like a great piece of art.
"Ask any parent how they would like to spend their days, and they'll likely give you one of three answers: "Spend more time with my kids," "Work my dream job," or 'Solidify my family's financial future.
Kat Moon (photo, left) gives the details at TheMuse.