Most of us use social media on a daily basis, but did you know that used strategically, social media can also be a great job search tool? Here are some tips to get you started. Develop a professional presence What do people find when they Google your name? This is something you need to look... Continue Reading →
Last week we talked briefly about signing up for Twitter, the importance of filling out of your profile in detail and some basic functionality. This article will explore the @ and # keys in a little more detail, as well as provide some basic examples of Twitter Job Seeking in action. Search Search..Search O.k, last... Continue Reading →
Saw this really interesting blog about working life in your first graduate job. It takes an enjoyable, light-hearted view on how to manage office politics, how to tackle the unknown, not taking things too seriously and remaining flexible! http://careers.guardian.co.uk/series/graduate-view Have a read and post your comments on your experiences in your first graduate role below.
Most of the recruiters and employers have quit traditional methods of searching for a perfect candidate. No longer do they spend all their time going through job portals but they also search for interesting candidates on social media sites, blogs, forums and professional networking sites. Linkedin is one of many such sites that help you reach out to employers and... Continue Reading →