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SOURCE: CA State Business Network
California State Business Network, the national leading authority in career development, has added new features to their career resource center to aid members in their efforts to reach professional objectives.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 06, 2013
California State Business Network has recently announced the addition of several key programs to their career resource center to boost up members’ odds of advancing on the career ladder, taking new paths in their professional development, or determining the right employment option. The new career resource center features the latest digital tools structured to meet the particular needs of each member.
The Internet, with the influential social media platforms and varied networking resources, has become instrumental in the process of pinpointing the right job and getting hired. On the other hand, recruiters use the benefits of the virtual world to identify and screen the best candidates on their side. Within this context, California State Business Network has established new programs that cover every aspect of career development with the right digital approach.
Here are some of their latest developments in the field:
For more information about the latest highlights of the new career resource center developed by California State Business Network, please visit http://www.castatebusinessnetwork.org.
About California State Business Network:
California State Business Network (CA-SBN) is a career and business development program established to promote job growth, commerce and networking. It is equipped with the tools, expertise and connectivity to help businesses expand their influence while forging strategic alliances necessary to attain higher levels of achievement. With its integrated infrastructure, CA-SBN holds a powerful online platform for building fundamental connections on a local, state and national scale.
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