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  • American City Business Journals4 days ago

    Here are the main cities luring away S.F. workers

    Some examples of companies looking towards greener – and cheaper – pastures include San Francisco-based companies like Weebly, who opened a satellite office in Phoenix and Gusto, which opened up a Denver office. Some cities and states have included sweeteners like tax incentives to lure companies out of the Bay Area bubble. Driven by increasing headaches caused by traffic and housing costs, workers are fleeing the region as well.

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    Social Media Matters: Looking for a new job? Try Facebook (with caveats)

    Last month, Facebook announced that it would begin rolling out features that allow for job posting and application directly on Facebook. Businesses in the U.S. and Canada are able to post job openings, and job seekers will be able to find those posts on their Page or in the new jobs bookmark , which is in the left sidebar, under “Explore” and has a small briefcase icon. It will be near the bottom of a list of things such as Saved, Events, Games, Offers, etc. Job posts also may appear in a person’s News Feed and alongside other posts on business Pages.

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    N.Y.C. startup builds B2B social network (but it's not like LinkedIn)

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