- — Julie Cajigas (@jewelsann)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:02:13
- We started by asking whether people been successful in finding jobs and internships on social media, and, if so, which ones?
- — The Finks (@kingisafink)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:05:27
- — Jason Meucci (@jmeucci)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:04:42I've vowed to find my next job thru Twitter, so I'm really looking for to today's #EdShift chat. #jobsearch https://twitter.com/stacylf9/status/643827902237163520 …
- — Israa Eddeb (@IssySpeaks_)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:05:40
- — The Finks (@kingisafink)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:06:16A1: Mostly found opportunities by letting my skills be known, getting referrals from others. Mostly via Twitter. Some FB. #EdShift
- — Samra Bufkins MJ,APR (@Samjb)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:10:11
- — UW-Madison J-School (@uw_sjmc)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:08:13A1 This is a great article on using Twitter to find jobs: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/06/16/twitter-job-search_n_7571260.html … #EdShift
- — Samra Bufkins MJ,APR (@Samjb)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:08:25A1 Meaningful participation in LinkedIn groups will help you get noticed by professionals looking for interns or full-time hires. #edshift
- — Samra Bufkins MJ,APR (@Samjb)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:11:44A1 Updating your profile with blog links and links to your work keeps your LinkedIn profile more visible in search. #edshift
- What should go into a social media profile to catch the attention of employers and recruiters?
- — The Finks (@kingisafink)Tue, Sep 15 2015 17:15:40
#EdShift Chat: Using social media to get a job
Getting a job has always been about who you know, and our chat on Tuesday, Sept. 15, explored how students and media professionals can connect with recruiters and potential employers through virtual networks built with social media.
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