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You know where to Search for Jobs, but do You know how to Search for Jobs?

May 9, 2012

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Tweet You know where to search for jobs. You’ve mastered the art of finding the best online job listings in your field. You’ve networked with your former bosses, co-workers and college professors. You regularly attend the luncheons thrown by your area’s chamber of commerce. You post about your efforts to find a job regularly at […]

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A Social Media Job Search is Your Best Job Search

March 20, 2012

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Tweet It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re looking for a job. After all, hiring managers today receive hundreds of resumes for the positions that they post and the unemployment numbers across the nation do not inspire confidence. But you do have a tool that job seekers of the past lacked: You can run a […]

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Help Me Get a Job: 3 Tips to Land It in 2012

February 15, 2012

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Tweet When you’re unemployed, it’s easy to fall into the trap of asking everyone you meet one favor: “Help me get a job.” The truth, though, is that simply asking people for job search help isn’t enough today. In today’s highly competitive job market, you have to know how to find a job. Fortunately, there […]

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The Best Jobs Today? It Includes Social Media Job Search

February 14, 2012

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Tweet You want to conduct the best job search possible. You want to give yourself every advantage in finding work. After all, today’s job hunting market is a challenging one, with countless qualified candidates searching for the same jobs that you desire. The solution to this challenge? It’s time to conduct a social media job […]

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Networking Skills Remain Best Bet for Finding a New Job

February 8, 2012

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Tweet Job seekers today have more tools available to them as they search for new employment. They can scan general and specialized online job sites. They can send messages to their contacts through social media sites such as LinkedIn and Facebook. They send out short updates on their Twitter accounts. But each of these tools […]

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When Asking “Help me find a job,” Ask the Right People”

January 25, 2012

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Tweet Even with the national unemployment rate falling to a three-year low in the last month of 2011, there are still more than 12 million people in the United States looking for a job. This means that there is plenty of competition for every U.S. job opportunity. No wonder so many people are still telling […]

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If You Don’t Know Where to Search for Jobs, Don’t Expect to Land Any

January 16, 2012

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Tweet With so many people looking for work today – the U.S. Department of Labor reports that about 12.6 million people are unemployed in the country – it’s more important than ever to know where to search for jobs. And you might be surprised to know that the best job search doesn’t focus on online […]

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How to Make a Social Media Job Search Work for You

January 14, 2012

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Tweet There are nearly 13 million people unemployed in the United States right now. This means that employers can be picky about whom they hire to fill their open positions. But, what does this mean to you? You need to show hiring managers that you can master a social media job search to convince them […]

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Finding Your Dream Career Through a Social Media Job Search

November 25, 2011

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Tweet The news stories are intimidating, especially during this holiday season: They imply that no one is hiring today. But this simply isn’t true. By conducting a social media job search, you can land your dream career. Yes, the competition for new jobs is fierce today; that’s what happens when there are roughly 13 million […]

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