This blog on Social Media Job Search is part of a series of blogs by Sarah Berry focused on Career Change
Given that our online footprint is indexed and archived by Googles all-seeing-eye, we should all tread carefully – but social media is often where we let our guard down. Potential employers with any nous will look you up on Twitter, Instagram and often unsecured Facebook accounts – so how can job seekers ensure that their online presence works in their favour? The year ahead will see 70.2% of Mena web user connected to social media accounts, leaving behind them a trail of hashtags, pithy comments and the most flattering photographs available.Using social media well is a useful way to complement the job search and application process, and often a necessary component of a job description, particularly within marketing and digital media.
If you are looking for more advice of how to develop your social media job search, contact Sarah Berry at Career Consultants.
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