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Nielsen Gives TV Reason to Smile and 100 Best Places to Work for Millennials

iStock_000036160628_Small_blogThere's so much content published every week that a person can never read it all themselves. That's why we're here, bringing you the weekly wrap up.  

Here are the five articles that piqued our interest:

1. These 10 Tips From a CEO Can Take Your Career From Average to Awesome {Inc}

This question was answered by Nelson Wang, CEO of Collide on QuoraWhat is the single greatest piece of career advice you've ever received?


2. 100 Best Places to Work for Millennials {Fortune}

If your workforce consists of a high percentage of Millennials and your success depends on their productivity you might want to consider looking at what makes companies attractive to this unique generation of adults. 

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3. Boomer Encore Careers Equal Opportunity in Many Categories - {Marketing Mind Blog

A significant number of Baby Boomers plan to work at least part-time as they approach and even enter retirement. Some will do so to supplement the incomes provided by their nest egg and social security, and others because they still have hefty expenses to deal with. Learn more about the sales and marketing implications with this trend.

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4.CMO Today: Nielsen Gives TV Reason to Smile {WSJ}

Nielsen has a new report that may provide the television industry with a talking point to combat the rise of digital media, CMO Today says. Comparing online video services such as YouTube to traditional broadcast television has been at the center of controversy for some time. Nielsen is hoping their new report helps remedy this lack of comparisons.


5. 3 Ways PowerPoint Can Kill a Sale {HubSpot Sales Blog}

During a sales presentation, PowerPoint can be your best friend or your worst enemy. The best PowerPoint sales presentations have a few things in common, as do the worst ones. Here are 3 things you should be aware of so you don't kill the sale with your PowerPoint presentation. 


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