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50 ways to use Twitter as a Job Search Tool

Everyday more people are using Twitter to find jobs. Not only are people on Twitter to look for jobs but employers are also looking for people to hire. Some are on Twitter specifically to recruit. Twitter can be a very … Continue reading

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The secrets to a Twitter CV that will get you a Graduate Job

Traditionally, CVs are two sides of A4 and detail the important aspects of your professional life and some of your personal life. You post them, email them and hand them out to employers in the hope that the information on … Continue reading

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20 things jobseekers shouldn’t say on twitter

With digital screenings becoming as popular as drug testing and reference checks it is more important than ever that you watch what you say online. It may seem harmless now, but it could be the thing that keeps you from … Continue reading

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Eight steps to getting a job through Twitter

While a social network like Facebook isn’t seen as the best resource for job hunting, Twitter – Facebook’s often misunderstood younger brother – can actually be the best place for it. Why? Twitter is widely used on a professional basis … Continue reading

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Twitter Tips for University Leavers

Have you just graduated from university? If you have you’re probably very familiar with social media networks like Facebook, Twitter and, now, Google+ and use them on a daily basis. Now that you’re heading out into the job market for … Continue reading

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How to find a job on Twitter

Finding a job on Twitter may sound like the 21st century equivalent of looking for labouring contracts in the local bookies, but thinking outside the usual jobsites and vacancies columns can pay serious dividends. Twitter can be a powerful tool … Continue reading

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