There are plenty of ways job seekers can use publicly available ways to research target companies. But the information that can put you head-and-shoulders above your competition isn’t public. What kind of data can help your job search, and how can you find it?
Publicly available company information is easy to find. I’ve written about what publicly available information is valuable and the best sources at http://recareered.blogspot.com/2010/07/4-killer-ways-to-use-research.html. Job seekers who want to gain a significant edge over other candidates find non-public information ... but what should you look for, and how do you find it?
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