Category Archives: Internet
IvyExec is proud to present another installment of “Ask Brad”. Bradford Agry, of Career Team Partners, will be taking your questions that you can submit in the comments box.
Q: What is the actual difference between my linkedIn profile and my resume? Can I use one for the other? If not, how should they be differently positioned?
B: The Linked-in profile is like your regular resume in that it should highlight your past positions, dates, and responsibilities in reverse chronological order. The difference in my mind is that Linked-in Continue reading
Bradford Agry of CareerTeam Partners is presenting our upcoming webinar, Using The Internet Strategically During Your Job Search. Brad is a founding principal of CareerTeam Partners, a New York City career management consulting firm. A seasoned career coach, he has worked for over 15 years with individuals in a number of industries helping them both assess and actualize career paths. Brad offers us some tips on how to organize your day-to-day job search on the Internet. Stay tuned for the second part and register for the webinar.
The internet is a valuable tool which can help Continue reading
You may already know that social networking sites like LinkedIn and Twitter can supplement your job search. Since Twitter has a simple and open platform, people are continuously exploring ways to use the service in order to achieve their goals. We’ve seen employers and job boards that post new opportunities on their Twitter accounts, but crowdsourcing may be another way that you can leverage your Twitter networks.
Crowdsourcing, or the outsourcing of a task to a large group of people, is a concept that TheJobBored is testing on Twitter. Their Twitter Job Search Experiment utilizes a network Continue reading