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Career Trends to Watch in 2011

Career Expert Heather H. Huhman has just posted an interesting article predicting seven hiring/employment trends to watch for in the upcoming year. They include:

  1. Modest increase in salaries

  2. Increased emphasis on soft-skills (communication, interpersonal skills, etc.)

  3. More reliance on social media platforms in the recruiting process such as Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter

  4. Recruitment peaks in Autumn 2011

  5. More focus on "personal branding"

  6. Increased college hiring

  7. Competition continues but number of openings increasing slightly

We recommend checking out the full text of her article at:

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