Who are the 10 Most Connected People on LinkedIn?

Resume Bear

Greater Boston Area. Dallas/Fort Worth Area. Career Advice College Graduates For Recruiters Human Resource News Job Market Social Media Success Stories linkedin resumebearIn honor of LinkedIn passing the 100 Million member mark this week, I thought I’d introduce you to the 10 most connected people on LinkedIn. Each of these members has at least 30,000 first-level connections. Ron’s got the most with more than 43K! Ron Bates.

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Top 5 Ways Employers Can Help Women Advance

Resume Bear

The company regularly creates and curates content on its Women Powering Business blog and convenes live conversations about women in leadership through its Women Powering Business initiative, including upcoming events in San Francisco (November 12) and Boston (November 14). Chicago and Dallas.

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Entrepreneurs Who Changed the Market

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It’s hard to believe that the genius behind the co-creation of software giant Microsoft never finished college, but it’s clear he didn’t need his diploma to do big things. Starting a business is hard work, but making it successful is a whole other challenge.

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I started an internship at a start-up company in November, and now that Ive graduated college I’m ready to move on. I’m excited by the prospect of moving to Dallas for the job, but am about to have to decide whether or not to renew a lease here in Boston; while I of course don’t expect you to alter your timeline to accommodate that, I’d be grateful to get a sense of when I might hear from you about next steps.”

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Turning point | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

Penelope Trunk

Is this your first time here? About this blog | About my company, Brazen Careerist | Penelopes guide to starting a blog Turning point Posted to: Starting a new job April 20th, 2010 Del.icio.us

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Martin Luther King Day Special: Racism is alive and kicking.

Penelope Trunk

Sort of like the clowns, only dressed like Dallas Cowboy cheerleaders. i grew up in dallas. Posted by Mascha on January 18, 2010 at 3:37 pm | permalink | Reply I moved to Dallas from NYC a couple of years ago and before moving here I would have been offended by many of the events that you experienced at the rodeo. Is this your first time here?

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