Providing job search help is my focus. It doesn’t matter if you are a new graduate or a seasoned executive in job search, everyone needs a refresher. That’s why I write about and share the most up-to-date information on the topic.
These are the top articles I shared on social media this week. You’ll find tips on:
- how to find people on Twitter
- how to research people and companies on Facebook before the interview
- mindmapping your career
- top TED talks for your job hunt
- templates to make your job search communication easier
- more experts to follow for job search help
by Marguerite Ward | @forwardist | CNBC
The beauty of this post comes from the video so I’ve shared the short version here. But go read the full article and watch the longer video to fill in the blanks!
I’ve been a huge fan of TED talks so I was excited to see this playlist they’ve created which includes 11 TED talks. I hope you’ll find some that inspire you to make the most of your life!
by Hannah Morgan/Susan P. Joyce | Job-Hunt.org
This article explains how to research people and companies you will be interviewing with. And while most people think LinkedIn is the place to check, Facebook is great too!
by Kaitlyn Russell | The Muse
I may have shared this before, but it is well-worth sharing again. It isn’t easy to craft your job search emails so these templates get you started! What you say in your messages can make or break your shot at the job!
by Ian Cleary | RazorSocial
Twitter is still a great tool for networking. If you are interested in learning more about an industry, then you’ll want to learn from the best of the best (influencers). Here are tools and tricks to identify influencers on Twitter. Keep in mind, people are more likely to respond/see your tweet to them than accept your generic LinkedIn invite.
by Jon Shields | JobScan.co
These are the top 15 voices you should follow (or ultimately connect with) on LinkedIn to get help with your job search! I’m honored to be included on this list! And if you haven’t used JobScan.co to analyze your resume against the job posting to ensure it’ll be a good match in the ATS, then go do that too!