Ask for what you want in a new job

by Guest Author, Rellie Derfler-Rozin Are you looking through the details of a new job offer or planning to ask for a raise with your current employer? The labor shortage and need for good employees means you still have some leverage. And with inflation the highest it’s been in decades, you shouldn’t pass up the…

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7 Ways to Sabotage Your Job Search

by Guest Author, Emmet Pierce Don’t make a job search tougher by blundering into these mistakes. Hiring the right person for a job is difficult, and there is much at stake for employers. If the company hires the wrong person, it could be stuck for years with an unqualified worker. That’s why everything an applicant…

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Why Now is the Best Time to Start Your Career in the Logistics Sector

by Guest Author, Lucy Wyndham Economics research firms report that nearly 31% of grocery products in American stores were out of stock in recent weeks. Clearly, current events are putting tremendous pressure on global supply chains that are already suffering a shortage of drivers. Indeed, everyone from food delivery to freight companies are looking for drivers, making…

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Is Embellishing Expected on a Resume?

by Guest Author, Samantha Nolan Dear Sam: It seems when I read the resumes of my friends and colleagues, they consistently claim accomplishments that seem exceptionally impressive and make me question the strength of my resume. Is it normal to embellish on a resume and stretch the truth to make yourself sound like a stronger…

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Do you follow the LinkedIn Blog for Hiring Trends?

Hiring trends shown with an illustration of a man in a suit looking at different graphics of data in grey and purple.

Reacting to a Changing World Covid-19 is changing the shape of hiring and employment so a key part of your job hunting plan needs to be figuring out how to respond to swiftly changing circumstances.  The best way to do that is to keep up with hiring trends. LinkedIn has started a new feature on…

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