Employment

Use of Social Media in Finding a #Job

social media in job huntingIn one of the previous posts, I brought to you a report that looked at whether and how blogging can get you a job. To update it further, I think The Big Choice do justice to this well written post.

Personally, I have actually found Twitter and LinkedIn more useful in job related activities, compared to Facebook and more recent Google + activity. Having a site or a blog is helpful in certain fields, whereas in some cases, they help you no more than LinkedIn would, as it basically acts as your online CV/portfolio. Anyway, have a read of what the good people at The Big Choice have to say.

Read the short Report here. Some nice examples are given at the end of the report, don’t miss them. Click Here.

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