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Your Social Resume: Using social media on the job hunt

Used correctly, social media can be your stepping stone to a new (or better) job.

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The Business Of Social Media: Take your career aspirations viral

Soon-to-be college graduates must eventually face the reality of competition with other grads for entry-level positions. Social media tools can be used to help you stand out from the masses.

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The Dangers Of Online Addictions

By on November 1st, 2010 • Addiction, Facebook, social networking, Life

When you go to work or you get onto your iPhone while riding the bus, what's the first thing you do? If checking your Facebook is the answer, we might have a problem.

We've heard that restricting Facebook profiles is smart--after all, employers are checking social networking sites these days.

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Gen. Stanley McChrystal is to Rolling Stone...

…as you and I are to Facebook--you can't just run your mouth and expect it not to hit the fan.

There are plenty of reasons to keep your social networking image cleaner than fresh linoleum. One of the biggest: your job could be in the balance.

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Post-Graduation Plans

Graduation is here (or happened recently)! It’s now time to decide what the next adventure is. For all you graduates’ I put together a list of great resources to help you keep actively busy this summer and possibly find something for the future.

Job hunt:

Try searching any of these websites that are designed for young graduates looking for entry-level positions.

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Facebook Stalking Made Easy

By on May 14th, 2010 • Facebook, how-to, Privacy, social networking, Wired.com, Life

If it were a country, it would be the world's 3rd largest, ahead of the United States and only behind China and India. It even tops Google for weekly traffic in the U.S. What is it? That's right Facebook.

Given its popularity I can only guess that you, your mom, teacher, possibly grandmother, and 10-year-old niece all have Facebook accounts.

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