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Presentation - Using Social Media for the Job Search

Class presentation, November 2012
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Robb Sewell

on 14 November 2014

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Transcript of Presentation - Using Social Media for the Job Search

Using Social Media for the Job Search
Time to start tapping into social media for
your job search!
Let your friends know you're on the job market
Connect
Join
Search
for
jobs
Join
LinkedIn
groups
Employers are increasingly using social media to
find workers
Get recommendations & promote job openings
Uncover
digital dirt

Search for possible
job candidates
Screen
workers
Show & tell
Give & receive
Project a positive image
Privacy
Opportunity to brand yourself
Let your network know you're looking for a job
Blogs
Video
Other
Social Media
Tools
Questions?
72% to 80% of employers are using social media to find workers
64% of employers have successfully hired as a result of social media
robb@ejb.rutgers.edu
Conduct Research
on Employers
"Like" Employer Pages
Love
Hate
New Jersey's Talent Networks
Community
& Job Groups
Cleaning Up Your
Digital Dirt
79% of employers
found content online that convinced them not to hire a job candidate

Search for your name to see what pops up
View your profiles with an objective eye
Look for what others have to say about you
Review your online interactions
Start thinking differently about what and where you post
Be active in all
the right places
Monitor your online
presence regularly
Accentuate the positive

Eliminate the negative
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