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This article comes from Samantha Poliseno of CareerFuel, an Ivy Exec contributor.
Social media isn’t just for chatting with your friends anymore; it can actually help you find a job. For those who are skeptical, consider the fact that an estimated 30-60% of jobs are filled through networking. So why should you limit yourself to networking solely in-person, and with connections you already have? Using online networking to build your personal brand, making new and targeted connections is a solid job-search tactic. If you’re still not sold, let me tell you about how I landed my job through social media!
It was Continue reading →
To view the webinar, please click on the image above. The slide deck used in the presentation is available below.
Heaven or Hype Recruiting Through Social Media Ivy Exec and Human Capital Institute from Ivy Exec
In cooperation with Human Capital Institute (HCI, Ivy Exec’s very own Barbara Zimmerman, VP & Director of Recruiting and Alex Baranpuria, VP & General Manager of Professional Services gave a great webinar on how social media is shaking up the recruiting field. Here is the description of the webinar:
The only constant is change. In this webinar, we will briefly examine key macro trends impacting Continue reading →
This article comes from Career Enlightenment, an Ivy Exec contributor.
Imagine you’ve been on the job market for about six months. You are paying your mortgage on your credit cards at this point. Your unemployment benefits are about to run out and your job prospects remain dismal, no matter what you seem to do.
Finally, you land a killer opportunity, pass the phone screen and show up to an interview with a hiring manager. Just as you think you’re about to close the deal, she spins her Continue reading →
By Miriam Salpeter, an Ivy Exec contributing author
Social media can be a sharp, double-edged sword. It allows you to provide information about your professional credentials to a broad audience (which can help you land a job opportunity), but it also makes it easy to over share details with the wrong people (which may result in you losing a job or an opportunity). It’s your job to be constantly aware of what shows up where when you post it; I Continue reading →