In my daily job searches I find descriptions that are either lacking in detail or rife with detail but seem to expect too much. This new economy has created an employers market wherein workers without degrees are suffering. If college graduates are increasingly in jobs that don’t require degrees, what does that say about the […]
What is “strength”? Strength is the likelihood that your brand is being discussed in social media. A very simple calculation is used: phrase mentions within the last 24 hours divided by total possible mentions. What is “sentiment”? Sentiment is the ratio of mentions that are generally positive to those that are generally negative. What is […]
It’s that time once again for this week’s roundup of blog posts that caught my eye on everything GenY. Look at that; I made a rhyme. Lol.
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Isn’t that something you’d like to say every day? In this down economy many career experts suggest people get a job – any job – as long as it pays them enough. What is enough? What is the tradeoff between time lost networking via online channels and face to face meetups? At some point, yes, […]
I’m hoping to gather some insight into blog reading habits. I’d like to know if you read blogs written by people under 34 years old. If you do, why do you read them? Why do you retweet their content? Is it just that they’re friends of yours and you want to help them, or do […]