Personal Branding, Resume Writing, Blogging, Social Media and More
Nearly 3 out of 4 companies surveyed by social recruiting software company Jobvite say that they search job candidates’ online profiles. What are they finding?
If you’re not taking control of your online personal brand, the Internet will take care of it for you. And it probably won’t be beneficial to your career development. In fact, it could be extremely detrimental. The problems can range from obscurity to confusion to untruths.
Conversely, if you understand how to take advantage of these online resources, you can make them into powerful tools that will generate #CareerGravity.
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By creating a well-designed online presence, you can establish a gravitational pull that works 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at attracting new opportunities to you. Employers are searching for job candidates. Recruiters are building their networks. Colleagues are learning of new opportunities. Our newsletter provides news and tips designed to help you take advantage of these opportunities.
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