The biggest news this week was the impact of LinkedIn’s new user interface. But you will also find help for your interviews, resume pointers, and more job search tips!
Changes to LinkedIn’s platform solidify, in my mind, the importance of diversifying where you market yourself. LinkedIn is only one of many social networks and tools available for creating an online profile.
These are the other popular articles I shared on social media. If you want to follow me on other networks, here you go:
by David Flink | Official LinkedIn Blog
It isn’t often LinkedIn announces changes, but since the new desktop design is being rolled out to all users, this post is a must read.
Here’s one video from the article that shows how to search for people.
Viveka von Rosen | Linked Into Business
See more of the changes to LinkedIn’s look and functionality.
by Laszlo Bock | LinkedIn
Laszlo Bock is the former SVP of HR at Google. Read his advice and suggestions on resumes. I don’t write resumes. I don’t write about resumes. So when I do share information about resumes, it’s because I want you to read it!
Thanks to Rich Grant, who shared this during a conversation on LinkedIn.
by Lydia Dishman | Fast Company
This article starts with:
“Expect to take assessments, interact with artificial intelligence, use passive job-seeking platforms, and more.”
That ought to be enough to get you reading!
by David Shindler | YouTern
Here’s what you need to know about applicant tracking systems and technology used to find candidates! PS: Keywords matter a lot!
by Peggy McKee | Work It Daily
Get ideas on how to overcome this common interview situation!
By Lindsey Kaufman | The Washington Post
As an introvert, I need my privacy. When I shared this article on LinkedIn, I got mixed responses. Some people love the interaction of an open-office. I think it is worth reading this to understand how this trend is playing out.
This infographic created by Delightful Communications helps map out the 10 steps to a stronger personal brand.