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It’s 2011 and companies are hiring. Find out what’s hot and where the needs are. In this presentation, executive recruiter Lynn Hazan, focuses on careers in marketing and communications. She also …

It’s 2011 and companies are hiring. Find out what’s hot and where the needs are. In this presentation, executive recruiter Lynn Hazan, focuses on careers in marketing and communications. She also discusses the new models of hiring, demographic shifts and the impact of technology.

You will be surprised to learn that there is a shortage of talent in certain sectors. Discover how you can position yourself, create demand for your talent and become the candidate of choice. Learn how to use social media tools, including Linkedin, Twitter, SlideShare, and e-zine, to be seen as a subject matter expert.

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