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This online course was developed by “The LinkedIn Guys”, Jeremy Schifeling and Omar Garriott. Having worked at LinkedIn, Jeremy and Omar know LinkedIn isn’t always the most intuitive site to navigate, which is why they’ve built out a complete, step-by-step online course to mastering LinkedIn. Think of it as the manual you wish LinkedIn came with – all visually demonstrated, all updated for the latest version of the website.
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The 2-Hour Job Search offers step-by-step, time-limited instructions for the most frustrating part of finding work — getting a first interview. This science-based process splits the job search into manageable pieces, each requiring at most 15 minutes, to help those looking for work conduct the best job search possible.