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What 8 Popular Interview Questions Reveal About Candidates

The interview process is a critical part of finding the ideal candidate for your team.

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235,000 Jobs Added in February

The Latest From the BLS Employment Report: The second jobs report of 2017 showed that the economy continues to trend positively. The Labor Department reports that 235,000 jobs were added in February.

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Career Conversations: Dan the Social Media Ace

Check out our conversation with a social media manager. Social media blew up. Then it grew and grew some more. Nowadays, it has a major influence on our personal lives and work lives.

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Facebook Video: Uploaded vs. Live

Video, video, video. It seems to be what everyone is talking about in marketing and public relations. What’s the difference between live streaming on Facebook and just uploading a video?

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5 Tips to Land the Job Without the Experience

“You can’t get the job without experience, and you can’t get the experience without the job.” The Permission Paradox is one of the biggest Catch-22s in business.

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4 Reasons Why Your Company Needs a Blog

Blogging is quickly becoming a popular tool for business.

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Career Conversations: PR Hero Mary Beth

Check out what this public relations guru thinks about her role. There are titles, job descriptions and general thoughts about what certain marketing pros do. But do we really know what they do?

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227,000 Jobs Added in January

The Latest From the BLS Employment Report: The first jobs report under President Donald Trump showed the economy added 227,000 jobs in January, the Labor Department reported on Friday, up from December’s 157,000 jobs.

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Career Conversations: Coding with Redman

See what a passionate coder thinks about his role. There are titles, job descriptions and general thoughts about what certain marketing pros do. But do we really know what they do?

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The State of Public Relations Today

“This is a great time to be in PR,” said Rich Jernstedt, senior counselor at Porter Novelli. “The lines that used to separate marketing, advertising and public relations no longer exist.

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