What We Liked & Shared This Week

By Staff
In June 27, 2014
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Connect with NexGoal on all of these platforms.

Univision: while everyone was streaming #USA vs #GER on the “Worldwide Leader” we opted for Univision, who also offered up a happy flashback to the 1994 World Cup with Marcelo Balboa in the booth. We’ll see you in a hidden tab next week Tuesday afternoon vs. #BEL

Only 13?: Social Talent and National Pen shared this infograph on the 13 personalities you will run into at work.

Wow!: Hoping she wouldn’t “get lapped” Alysia Montano put all of us to shame by competing in the 800M at the U.S. Championships – 34 weeks pregnant. Think we may see her in Rio in 2016.

Don’t Blow Your Cover: The Undercover Recruiter offered “The Unwritten Social Media Rules For Employees.” Another post, “8 Cover Letter Tips For Graduates With No Job Experience is also great advice for our athlete-candidates who are entering the next phase of professional life.

Two Little Words: The Muse taught us two words that not only would work for networking, but in interviews.

Franchising Continues To Grow: Stats from the International Franchising Association show franchising continues to contribute to the growth of the economy, with seven out of 10 franchise business lines adding jobs faster than the private sector.

And Speaking Of Jobs: Check out the NexGoal job board – we’ve got new opportunities throughout the U.S., from coast-to-coast. Don’t forget if there isn’t something available right now to upload your resume for future opportunities. Connect with us on LinkedIn and follow our spotlight pages specifically for athlete-candidates, corporate clients, and those interested in franchising.

You Need to Read:   How to Stay Motivated for Your Job Search During the Holidays

With a short work week around the corner to kick off July, what are your plans for the second half of 2014?

Staff posts are written by our Communications team, which is a combination of former athletes and writers with experience in the digital media world.