Social Networking Tips
Social Networking Tips for Gen Y Job Seekers
Of all the generations of job seekers - from teens to seniors - job searching today, Gen Y is probably most familiar with social media. Here are tips to ensure you're using social media to enhance your resume and boost your job search.
Social Networking Tips for Grads
Social networking tips for grads, including how to use your social media presence as aid in getting a post-college job, as well as how to be sure you're online presence doesn't cost you a shot at employment.
Twitter in 10 Minutes a Day
Twitter is a great tool for job seekers and you don't have to spend a lot of time tweeting. Using Twitter for 10 minutes a day can give your job search a boost. Here's how.
Facebook and Job Search Privacy Tips
If you are a Facebook user and are concerned about employers (or others) seeing the personal information that you have on Facebook, you can change your privacy settings so only certain people, like your friends or other students, can view your profile.
How to Get Started With Social Networking
Most companies are using social networking sites to recruit candidates and to accept applications for employment. Here's how to get started on social networking for job seekers.
Pinterest Tips for Job Seekers
Pinterest tips for job seekers, including advice how to get the most out Pinterest to enhance your career and boost your job search.
LinkedIn Profile Tips
One of the most important parts of LinkedIn is your profile. That's what you use to connect with people in your network and your profile is how you get found on LinkedIn, because it contains information about your skills and experience. Here are tips for how to make your LinkedIn profile stand out from the crowd.
How to Keep Pinterest Professional
How to keep Pinterest professional and how to use it to promote your resume, skills and accomplishments.
Facebook and Job Searching
Privacy is an issue on Facebook, in general, but it's even more of an issue when you're job searching. If you're not careful, everything you post on Facebook can be seen by your current employer or a prospective employer. Inopportune comments have cost job seekers offers and have caused employees to be fired.