Business Communication Essentials, 8th Ed.
Erica Cerulo covers the topic.
"Before giving up on LinkedIn .
"So how do advertisers get a Super Bowl audience to listen up?
Bryan Eisenberg covers the topic in an article at ClickZ.
"Applying for a job typically consists of providing two documents to your potential employer: a resume and a cover letter.
"Unfortunately, it seems that many professionals have forgotten the number one rule of networking—and for that matter, one of the most important guidelines for your entire career: The best time to build a network is before you need one.
"As a seasoned job placement expert, one question I hear the most is, “What is the best time of year to look for a job?
Samuel Bleakly (photo, left) has some strong words for millenials.
"When I was first introduced to the idea of journaling as a way of resolving career issues, I was dubious," says Lea McLeod.
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Robin Reshwan presents her list.
Richard Feloni lists Napoleon Hill's observations on the topic.
"Just as with any kind of toxin, you need to limit your exposure and keep yourself protected.
According to Emmie Martin (photo, left), "When searching for a new job, it's smart to reach out to anyone in your network who might be able to help: former managers, career coaches, old colleagues.
According to Matt Johnston, "We're always negotiating both at work and at home.
"Learn job search strategies using mobile devices.
According to Emmie Martin, "In today's job market, sending a post-interview thank-you note can be the difference between landing the job and being completely overlooked.
"Recent college graduates looking for work already face tough competition, even with a stellar resume and interview skills," writes Kathryn Tuggle (photo, left).
Rebekah Campbell (photo, left) explains why she does all her recruiting through LinkedIn in this NYTimes.
"Because the competition in today's job market is so fierce, desperate job seekers will literally do whatever it takes to stand out from the crowd," writes Jacquelyn Smith at BusinessInsider.
"Once you know you’re leaving a company, you need to think carefully about how you want to break the news, says job coach Lea McLeod [photo, left].
According to Tim Brown, CEO at IDEO, "Few people have helped as many people find the right job as Dick Bolles (photo, left).
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Jacquelyn Smith writes, "Here are 15 words and phrases that may hurt more than they'll help in a salary negotiation: .
Richard Feloni and Mike Nudelman, with BusinessInsider.