The Twitter guide to job hunting

The Twitter guide to job hunting

Summary: How can the social networking site Twitter be used to further your job search?

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  • There is no reason why online networking has to remain strictly online. If you follow events, conferences and talks relating to your field, it is possible that you may meet those you are already in contact with -- taking your job search a step further.

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  • Lists, which can be found on your profile page, can be a useful feature to both supplement your Twitter following and also to find the most relevant users to follow in your field. In the same manner, if your Tweeted content is relevant and insightful, eventually you will be added to specific lists by other users to find.

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  • Twitter is full of job postings, aggregated lists and industry-specific opportunities. As a tool to find a new job, Twitter takes away the pain of registering on multiple job agency websites, and cuts the time required to scan through postings for something that looks suitable.

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Topics: CXO, Collaboration, IT Employment, Social Enterprise

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