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    1. 7 Questions For Spotting Employers' Hidden Flaws On A Job Interview | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      7 Questions For Spotting Employers' Hidden Flaws On A Job Interview | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      A job interview isn't always the best venue for uncovering signs of bad management, but asking these questions can help.

      People typically leave their jobs for three reasons: they were offered a better one, they don't see a growth path, or they don't like their bosses. As a recruiter, I see all of these scenarios play out, but boss troubles are the most common by far—and they don't always stem from employees' direct supervisors.

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    2. Amazon ends its student loan partnership with Wells Fargo, six weeks after launch | Follow @2Elearning

      Amazon’s latest perk – discounted student loans, aimed at Amazon Prime Student customers – is no more, according a report from Bloomberg, and confirmed by both companies. The partnership between the online retailer and Wells Fargo was announced this July, and saw the lender offering a 0.50 percent interest rate discount to students who joined Amazon Prime’s…

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    3. 5 Curveball Interview Questions To Ask Final-Round Job Candidates | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      5 Curveball Interview Questions To Ask Final-Round Job Candidates | Fast Company | Follow @2elearning

      As you narrow down your top candidates, it's likely to come down to temperament over hard skills.

      The best job applicants have qualifications that are more than skills-deep, but it isn't always easy uncovering them. As hiring managers identify their top candidates, the challenge becomes finding out the less-obvious qualities that may put one ahead.

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    4. People Watch: Breaking news: Bill Maris is leaving GV (Google Ventures)

      People Watch: Breaking news: Bill Maris is leaving GV (Google Ventures)

      Bill Maris, who cofounded GV (formerly known as Google Ventures) in 2009, is leaving the unit at the end of this week, according to a new report from Recode. Maris, a neuroscience student at Middlebury who cofounded an early web hosting company before joining Google, is reportedly being replaced by David Krane. Krane is a managing partner at GV; he joined the venture arm in 2010, after…

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    5. How To Get A Job In A Field You Didn't Major In | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      How To Get A Job In A Field You Didn't Major In | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      Your degree doesn't chain you to a field for the rest of your career. Here's how to use what you've already learned to try something else.

      To graduate on time, you probably needed to declare your major by your sophomore year. But by the time graduation rolls around, it wouldn't be surprising if your career ambitions have shifted to something outside of your major.

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    6. Using The Net Promoter Score To Evaluate And Improve eLearning | Follow @2Elearning

      Using The Net Promoter Score To Evaluate And Improve eLearning | Follow @2Elearning

      Time to read: Using The Net Promoter Score To Evaluate And Improve eLearning In this article, I will introduce the Net Promoter Score, commonly used in customer satisfaction analyses, and how it can be applied in the evaluation and improvement processes of eLearning development.

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    7. 4 Ways Rapid Job Hopping Can (Still) Hurt Your Career | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      4 Ways Rapid Job Hopping Can (Still) Hurt Your Career | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      Contrary to recent advice, job hopping may pay off in the first decade of your career, but come back to bite you later.

      You're sitting at your desk at 10:30 a.m. on a Wednesday when you get a LinkedIn message from someone you don't know. It turns out to be a recruiter who has a great job opportunity for you, and the salary is $10,000 more than you're making now.

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    8. How Much Does Working At A Name-Brand Company Really Boost Your Career? | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      How Much Does Working At A Name-Brand Company Really Boost Your Career? | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      Like most other career decisions, opting for a household-name employer has its pros and cons.

      Google, Bank of America, Exxon. Get a job at a big, well-known brand like these and you won't have as much explaining to do to friends and family when they ask where you work. Same goes when you're talking to recruiters. So, you're better off working for a blue chip company early in your career, right?

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    9. From Training Your Brain To Giving Up Meat: May's Top Leadership Stories | Follow @2Elearning

      From Training Your Brain To Giving Up Meat: May's Top Leadership Stories | Follow @2Elearning

      This month's top stories may help you train your brain to learn faster, rethink your diet, and whip your interview game into gear.

      This month, we learned how to harness our brain's capacity to delete old information, why going meatless might make you more productive, and which interview mistakes job candidates are still making.

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    10. How You Should Answer The 10 Most Common Interview Questions | Follow @2Elearning

      How You Should Answer The 10 Most Common Interview Questions | Follow @2Elearning

      We talked to hiring experts to find out which questions trip up most job candidates, and the better answers that could win you the job.

      Going on a job interview can make you feel like you're back in school taking an exam. Instead of the "test" having one clear and right answer, however, responding to questions feels like hopeful guesses mixed with uncomfortable posturing.

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    11. How Google, Pinterest, & Others Use Internships To Push Diversity Initiatives | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      How Google, Pinterest, & Others Use Internships To Push Diversity Initiatives | Fast Company | Follow @2Elearning

      Starting before they even hit the full-time workforce, interns are playing a valuable role at changing the ratio at tech companies.

      "In the world of diversity, things take time," Candice Morgan, Pinterest's diversity chief told Fast Company when she was hired back in January.

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    12. Ideo: The 7 Most Important Hires For Creating A Culture Of Innovation | Co.Design | Follow @2Elearning

      Ideo: The 7 Most Important Hires For Creating A Culture Of Innovation | Co.Design | Follow @2Elearning

      Sure, founders set a tone. But they aren't the only ones who shape workplace culture, writes Ideo's Mollie West.

      We all fear the job that looks great on paper and is a nightmare in practice. What makes some companies great to work for and others a disaster? The answer: good workplace culture. It's the difference between Google and Yahoo, Costco, and the Department of Corrections. Studies have shown that office culture is one of the most revealing indicators of workplace satisfaction.

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