What’s Your Go-To Social Network for Finding a Job?

Finding a job is hard. Finding a job without any connections is even harder. You can only spend so many hours online sending out resumes before the entire process makes you batty.

You should pair any online job search efforts with networking in the real world. Go to industry events and meet people. If there are any professional organizations that match your career interests, join them!

However, even after all that work, finding a job can still seem impossible. That’s when you turn to the major social media networks: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. These platforms allow you to link your online and offline job search pursuits. Find people you have connected with in person and make them part of your online professional network. Now, you’ve laid the foundation to connect with them when a job opportunity pops up at their company.

Recruiters are also on social media. If you have professional profiles on each major network, you improve your chances of being contacted by recruiters.

However, many job searchers prioritize one social network over another. Are you a Facebook fan? A LinkedIn loyalist? A Twitter tweeter?

Let us know by voting in our poll!

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One Response to “What’s Your Go-To Social Network for Finding a Job?”

  1. Greg #

    I don’t use social media. It’s incredibly superficial and not worth the time. A friend thinks I’m crazy but has changed jobs numerous times. I asked him how many jobs he has gotten because of Linked-In, etc. Zero. I have no idea why he thinks it’s a good resource, it’s a joke.

    October 4, 2017 at 6:24 pm Reply

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