The Rapid E-Learning Blog hits the nail on the head with tips for how to hire and how to get hired for eLearning professionals.
I said in a previous post that people need to take responsibility for their careers and should create a portfolio (see Take Control of Your Career). Rapid E-Learning Blog further supports this by saying that the not showing examples because all past work is proprietary information is “hogwash and an excuse to not show work.” The blog tells you how to get around this issue.
If you are looking for a job, it is up to you to make sure you present yourself as the best candidate, and if you are hiring, you need to make sure that you are hiring the best candidate. Read the rest of the article at How to Hire an E-Learning Developer or Get an E-Learning Job.