I'm thinking Jennifer did a solid job with this piece until she connected information with her title. She offers good insight to novice job hunters wi...
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As seen on Linkedin.
I'm thinking this is a pretty good short read offered by Annette. The part of the post that caught my attention relates to comments around social media profiles. There are going to be as many opinions as there are profiles. However, when I coach professionals I suggest their Linkedin profile reflect either, "who they have been" or "who they want to be". I'll go into more details around this later on my own blog. But, the latter may not necessarily reflect a standing resume. Further, Facebook and Twitter are going to be a slippery slope for professionals. Those are genuinely "social" platforms that may reflect opinions and views that create more problems than solutions for job seekers.
EXCERPT: "Looking for a job is a full-time job. It’s time-consuming and often frustrating. You can spend hours, days, or even weeks searching for a job that’s just the right fit. Then one day you find the “perfect” job. You fire off your..."