Are you ready to turbocharge your job search? Get tips to help you leverage the power of LinkedIn and more.
Can I tell you how much I love sharing information?! There is a lot of junk out there, but there are also gems. Each week, I share here some of my favorite articles. They struck me as important, insightful or valuable in some way!
This week’s summary includes articles that will turbocharge your job search by showing you how to publish articles on LinkedIn, how new graduates can improve their job search, and how to use LinkedIn groups.
LinkedIn Publishing Success on OKDork post by Paul Shapiro
If you are thinking about using LinkedIn’s publisher feature (and I recommend you do!) This post describes the findings from analyzing 3,000 of the most popular LinkedIn posts. The findings may surprise you and give you ideas for writing your own!
The Biggest Job Search Mistakes Most New Grads Make by Lea McCleod, Degrees of Transition
I enjoy Lea’s writing style. It’s straightforward and engaging! This post is a must-read for any new graduate or any job seeker for that matter! Job search is so much more than applying for jobs online. Read Lea’s post to find out what you really should be doing!
How To Be A Successful LinkedIn Groupie on Job-Hunt.org by Jeff Lipschultz
Jeff is a recruiter and he provides loads of advice on how to work with recruiters better. Please go read his post to learn how you can connect with recruiters, hiring managers and other professionals to help you land a job.
Hannah Morgan speaks and writes about job search and career strategies. She founded CareerSherpa.net to educate professionals on how to maneuver through today’s job search process. Hannah was nominated as a LinkedIn Top Voice in Job Search and Careers and is a regular contributor to US News & World Report. She has been quoted by media outlets, including Forbes, USA Today, Money Magazine, Huffington Post, as well as many other publications. She is also author of The Infographic Resume and co-author of Social Networking for Business Success.