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Social media is an integral part of job searching. Effectively used, social media can help your job search. Social media can also hinder your job search and damage your career. Here's advice on social media strategies for job searching and the best social media sites to use.
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Top 10 Social Media Tips
These top 10 tips for social networking when you're job searching will help you market yourself effectively, connect with people who can help with your job search, and job search on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and more social media sites.

Best Social Media Sites
Social media sites you can use to enhance your career and assist with your job search.

How to Use Social Media in Your Job Search
Most people know that the best way to find a job is through networking. You can go to networking meetings, tap into your own personal network, or ask friends who they know. With the Internet buzzing with social media, there are similarly many ways to use social media in order to network, and eventually find a job.

Social Media Do's and Don'ts
Social media, including sites like Twitter and Facebook, can help you find a job and connect with people who can assist you with growing your career. However, it works both ways. Social media when used the wrong way can backfire and jeopardize a job offer or even your current job.

How To Use Social Networking To Boost Your Career
Social networking can be an integral part of your job search or career building - if you use it correctly.

Facebook and Professional Networking
Should you use Facebook for professional networking, and, if so, what is the best way to use it?

Employer Social Networking Checks
Here's what companies ought to know, and what job applicants should be aware of, about conducting employer social networking checks when evaluating candidates for employment.

Social Media Background Checks
Social Intelligence Corporation (SIC) provides in-depth background checks for employers that include online research from social media and other internet sites.

Social Job Search
Social job search involves using social media sites like LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter for job searching. Job seekers who incorporate social media into a job search use social networking sites and tools to help find a job.

Employee Privacy Law
In today’s world of fast-developing technology, in which the click of mouse can dispense a plethora of information, privacy for job seekers and employees is a significant issue.

Online Job Search Privacy
It's important to protect your privacy when job searching online. Here's information on how to keep your personal information confidential and how to protect your privacy.

Posting Information Online Can Get You Fired
There have been more than a few stories in the news about employees being fired because of what they posted online. Posting company business (good or bad), posting that you hate your employer, posting inappropriate information on Facebook, tweeting that you have a job offer while still employed, are just a few examples.

Depending on how you use it, Instagram can help - or hurt - your job search. Here's how to make the most of your Instagram account.

Where to Post Your Resume

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