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Malaysia’s top 3 new skills are design, social media marketing, and workflow automation, LinkedIn study finds
dDmand for workers with these skills were three times higher than those without, LinkedIn said.
LinkedIn just launched a tool that helps job seekers prep for interviews. I gave it a test run, and it was really awkward — but it showed me 2 m...
The new feature gives users advice on how to answer tricky interview questions. It also lets them practice in real time.
We looked through Walmart CEO Doug McMillon’s social media, and we can see why he earned the title ‘most connected CEO’
The head of Walmart uses Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn to connect directly with his followers. Here's what he's doing right.
It pays to be connected via Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, especially if you're running a multi-billion dollar company.
PRESENTING POWER BROKERS OF TECH: HR chiefs reveal how to get hired at Microsoft, Facebook, Netflix, and other top companies
It's not impossible to get hired and succeed at Facebook or Netflix. Check out the career advice we heard from HR chiefs at top tech companies.
Hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio warned America's Huawei ban and China's rare-earths threat could turn the "tariff war" into an "export embargo war."
For better or worse, Facebook is the only social network that has all of my friends and family in one place.
A hiring company posted a job looking for ‘preferably Caucasian’ candidates. It now says it fired the employees responsible.
The staffing firm Cynet Systems apologized for a job listing for "preferably Caucasian" candidates for an IT job.
Top tech companies like Netflix and LinkedIn say they have no problem with employees interviewing for other jobs — in fact, they might want to h...
The best management strategy is encouraging employees to be open about next steps in their career, according to companies like Netflix and LinkedIn.
Top companies are promoting perks like student-debt relief instead of Ping-Pong and nap pods, and job seekers are taking notice
Companies that emphasize personal and social values attract more interested applicants than those with luxurious perks, LinkedIn found.