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The Nielsen Company, New York, NY

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Three Rookie Mistakes That Kill Careers

Career Oxygen | Bart Cleveland
July 27, 2016

That moment may come in the first three months or the first anniversary of your first job. Maybe, if you’re thick-skinned, you don’t feel it until your second anniversary. It’s the moment you say to yourself, “This isn’t what I thought it would be.”

Candidates as Consumers

Hire & Higher | Kristen Metzger
July 26, 2016

In business, we often put clients first. In talent recruitment, we must remember to put the candidate first. Hiring is a two way street. It’s not just about getting the best and brightest in the door for an interview and putting them through whatever paces deemed necessary to make the best hiring decision. It’s crucial that we ensure they want to work for us and be an active part of the community, or that time and effort spent will be for naught.

Getting the PR Gig: Part 1

Getting the PR Gig: Part 1

Mike Bush
July 28, 2016

You, dear reader, have obviously stumbled on to a marketing and PR blog hosted on a career site for PR and Marketing. As such, there’s a chance you’re looking to find a gig (could be entry level, could be senior…we here at Talent Zoo like to offer an awful lot of each). So, it seemed to make s...

How 6 Small Agencies are Getting Creative With Team Building This Summer

How 6 Small Agencies are Getting Creative With Team Building This Summer

Digiday
July 28, 2016

Ah, summer. It’s the season of office shorts, lax Fridays and … trust falls. The agency retreat is an opportunity for teams to regroup and strengthen bonds before clients come calling. And they’re not just for the big guys: The smaller agencies are disrupting summer, too. From hackathons to gr...

Virgin America's New App Puts A Travel Agent In Your Pocket

Virgin America's New App Puts A Travel Agent In Your Pocket

Fast Company
July 28, 2016

Travel agents were among the first casualties of the Internet age, rendered obsolete by websites that let travelers select and book their own flights. But considering how time-consuming and complex it can be to hunt down the right seat at the right time and for the best price (be honest—how many a...

The Ice Bucket Challenge Actually Did Help ALS Research

The Ice Bucket Challenge Actually Did Help ALS Research

The Verge
July 28, 2016

A group of researchers have identified a gene implicated in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a disease that attacks neurons in the brain and spinal cord. They identified the gene using funds from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which raised $115 million to benefit research on the disorder — which may ...