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A LinkedIn profile can cause some confusion for more mature job seekers. You've been in the professional world longer than LinkedIn's been around, and you're not quite certain how to best use it. You aren't alone.
You start out after dusk, determined that perfect catch is, literally, right around the corner.
I recently took to Craigslist, that cesspool of human want, to fill an open room in my apartment. When the applications started rolling in, I did what most sensible, wifi-connected people do and googled the shit out of my potential roommates.
That's not going to change anything, Harvey tells her. In fact, he believes that the real problem with the photos has nothing
I was one step away from finishing my first online dating profile when I was stopped dead in my tracks. I somehow needed to find a photograph that captured the essence of the comfortable-wearing-a-Tuxedo-as-blue-jeans-ballroom-dancing-skinny-dip-loving-cuddle-crazy-macho-poet Frankenstein that I created in my bio.
Now that we're at the top of 2014, refreshing, renewing and revitalizing your life is on the top of everyone's mind. So what better place to start than by revamping your online dating profile?
Do you frequently post attention-seeking profile pictures that are sexually suggestive or falsely depict your net worth? The cause of your behavior could be Pervasive Thirst Disorder (PTD).
You may do it without thinking. You select a warm filter from Instagram for that photo of you and your friends, or you hit
OkCupid just released their latest OkTrends study as it relates to beauty. And rather than focusing solely on the profile photos, they took a deeper look into the male attraction.
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