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How To Use Social Network To Get A Job

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Companies will often try to fill positions before paying for
a listing in either the newspaper or on a job site.  Networking and word of mouth recommendations
are still the best way to get a job.  In
modern times, using social media networks is the new way to do networking and
word of mouth.  It certainly beats
waiting on long lines at your local job fair. You never know who may have a job
for you or who may know someone who knows someone that could have a job for you.  For each different type of media, a different
job search strategy should be utilized.



Social network websites are not just for fun and games -
used in the right ways, they can help you get a job. Social networking websites
such as LinkedIn and Facebook offer many opportunities to network with
potential employers and job referral sources. Whether you're just joining the
ranks of social networkers, or you're a veteran of making connections and
adding friends, you can ramp up your job search with the help of social
networking tools online.





Facebook

    *
Communicate to the members of your friend’s list that you are looking for work,
what your credentials are and what you’re looking for.



    * Join a group or
page dedicated to your industry and let them know you are looking for work.



    * Don’t ask for a
job that you are not qualified for.



    * There is no
shame in letting your friends and family know you are unemployed.  They could be your best allies and resources.



    * Thank the people
who assist in your job search publicly. 
This is an effective way to remind everyone that you are still looking
for a job without spamming them while also acknowledging that you appreciate
any help you receive.



LinkedIn



    * Investigate the
structure of the organization you’re interested in by using LinkedIn’s Company
Profile feature.



    * Build your
network before you need it.  Ask
colleagues and supervisors to recommend you on LinkedIn.  It is best to get these recommendations while
you are still employed, but if you’ve already left the company, it is still
worth it to contact former colleagues and especially your supervisor to get
recommendations.



    * Review the
resumes of people with similar credentials to yours to see what jobs they were
hired for.



    * Learn where
people with similar credentials to yours worked before their current positions.



    * Learn which
companies people tend to go to after they leave the company.



    * Perhaps you know
someone who knows someone at the company. 
Contact that person to see if they can get your resume to the hiring
manager.  A resume handed to the hiring
manager from a colleague is much more likely to be taken seriously than one
sent through the mail.



Twitter



    * Sell yourself in
your bio.



    * Use a
professional image for your avatar.



    * Tweet about your
job search.



    * Use your twitter
background to highlight your credentials.



    * Include a link
to your resume in your bio.



    * Establish yourself
as an expert in your field on Twitter.



    * Research the
many additional profiles dedicated to job searches on Twitter.



In order to find a job, it is important to utilize all
effective strategies.  That job you
haven’t gotten yet may be waiting for you through one of your social networking
contacts.  Make sure you connect with
that person.



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