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Leveraging Social Media as an IT Recruiter

Leveraging Social Media as an IT Recruiter

By on Sep 18, 2012 in Recruiting Tips

IT recruiters have many ways of leveraging social media to reach out to passive job candidates. You’re probably already doing some of the most obvious things like tweeting jobs or searching for profiles on LinkedIn. If you want to dig in deeper, I’m going to show you some of the latest new techniques for leveraging social media as an IT recruiter....

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Getting the Most Out of Your LinkedIn Profile

Getting the Most Out of Your LinkedIn Profile

By on Mar 8, 2012 in Job Search Tips

A while ago, we wrote about why new grads should get LinkedIn. What if you are a professional that is already hired and has been working for years? Since Facebook isn’t the appropriate social medium for most office and business relationships  (you don’t really want your boss or co-workers seeing photos from your friends bachelor party, do you?),...

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Googled Yourself Lately? 10 Ways to Look Good on Google

Googled Yourself Lately? 10 Ways to Look Good on Google

By on Feb 24, 2012 in Job Search Tips

You’re probably not the only one. Google is often the first place we go when we want to find out more about a person or a company. The good news is that you don’t have to be a victim of what other people post about you. If you’re active online, you actually have quite a lot of control over what comes up in those search results. Give Google Nice...

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New Grads Should Get ‘LinkedIn’

New Grads Should Get ‘LinkedIn’

By on Nov 3, 2011 in Job Search Tips

If you don’t already have one, creating a LinkedIn profile is a must for new graduates. Not only is this free online networking tool a great way to make connections, but it’s an excellent job search tool as well. Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your LinkedIn Profile Add as much detail as you can to your profile. The more content you add to your profile,...

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