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Posted March 18, 2015 by

What Employers Notice About Job Seekers on Social Media

Are you on social media?  If the answer is yes, you know how convenient a tool it is for expressing yourself to anyone.  However, if you are a job seeker, you must be extra careful about your form of expression.  Remember, your family and friends are not the only ones watching you on social media.  These days, employers and recruiters are also paying attention to what you post, and their first impression of you can make or break your chances of employment.  So, what do employers notice on these social networking websites?  Let’s find out. (more…)

Posted June 16, 2014 by

Are You Using Pinterest for Your Entry Level Job Search?

When it comes to searching for an entry level job on social media, Pinterest might not be the first site you think about.  However, the following post includes an infographic that shows how Pinterest can be applied to your job search.

Pinterest can be an extremely effective tool to get noticed by recruiters. To fully understand its power – and how to maximize that power – we bring you an infographic from our friends at Giraffe CVs. This graphic goes in-depth on how (and why) to expand your search to Pinterest. How will you make yourself different?

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Posted February 04, 2014 by

Use Keywords in Social Media Profiles When Searching for Entry Level Jobs

How much do you focus on keywords when searching online for entry level jobs?  If you have not been doing so in your social media profiles, the following post shares three ways to make them more effective for your job search.

Your social profiles – especially LinkedIn – is like a permanent billboard placed on the Internet’s highway; it is visible, day and night, to employers shopping around for great job candidates. What many job seekers overlook, however, is the need to include the best possible keywords for their career and next job…

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