Authors: Reid Hoffman,Ben Casnocha
With rapid technological advancements, unemployment levels have skyrocketed. The competition in the labor market is intense. Job-security is no longer a relevant concept. LinkedIn co-founder and chairman, Reid Hoffman, and author, Ben Casnocha argue that the best way to tackle this is to treat yourself like a start-up. Discover how you can invest in your own profile and use entrepreneurial strategies to transform your career.
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