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  • How to use LinkedIn to get the job you want

    Jens BÃŒttner/PA LinkedIn has transformed the face of professional networking, with virtual 'likes' and 'connects' replacing real life handshakes and business card swaps. So how do you utilise this

  • LinkedIn, eHarmony: how to protect your PINs and passwords

    As LinkedIn and eHarmony passwords end up in the hands of hackers, we look at how to set safer passwords and PINs. Millions of passwords from social networking site LinkedIn and online dating firm eHarmony have fallen into the hands of hackers.

  • Are you at risk from LinkedIn hacking?

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  • How to deal with social recruiting

    Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are not just good for keeping in touch with friends and family or airing your thoughts. They are also increasingly being used by employers as recruitment tools. So what do you need to know about the rules of social