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LinkedIn is one great way of letting recruiters know about your talents, testimonials, profession, friends, business networks and much more. LinkedIn has over 35 million members in over 200 countries and territories around the world.

Could the days of trying to cram all your professional accomplishments onto a single sheet of paper be a thing of the past?

Looking for a new job can be tough. If you're active online on social networks, however, finding a new position can often be a lot easier and some studies even show give you a leg up on the competition.

Almost 13% of young people worldwide are out of work, and their situation is unlikely to improve for four years, a report by the International Labour Organization (ILO) says.

The vetting process and the subsequent hiring of Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson seemed like standard procedure. But in recent days he has come under fire for the controversy surrounding his academic credentials.

Every boss wants employees who do their jobs well. But even among highly competent employees, practicing certain habits can really make you distinguish yourself. Here are 10 tips for making sure you're on the boss's A-list:

You may not realize it, but some of the things you do at work may be driving colleagues crazy. Your co-workers are judging you. Beneath a veneer of professional collegiality, theyre taking note of the mess on your desk, how loudly you chew, even your word choices.

Recruiters posting more ads on social media, but which one you choose depends entirely on your profession.

Last week, we gave you digital tips and tricks for surviving a layoff the first seven days, at least. Now, here we are again, an entire Wednesday later, prepared to help you gird your loins for the job search ahead.

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg recently set off quite a debate in the tech world when she told an interviewer that she works a 9-to-5 schedule:

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