How To Get Hired For A Job Fast!
If you are in search of the ideal job but you are not sure where to start, put the following five tips into action and you will have a less stressful or more successful job search! Build a Strong Professional Network
Building a strong network can open doors or lead to job openings for you.
While doing that, don’t overlook adding family and friends to your network either!
Interacting with your network on a regular basis encourages them to keep you in mind when a position becomes open at their place-of-work.
12 Reasons Why Blogging is Good for Your IT Career
Facebook status updates and tweets capping at 140 characters seem to be all the rage these days, isn’t it?
However, for an Information Technology (IT) professional like yourself, having an account on Facebook or Twitter is never going to be a replacement for the mother of all social media blogging.
Here are 12 great reasons why blogging is good for your IT career:
Promote your Career on Social Media
With a global + targeted + local reach comprised of interconnected professionals, businesses, organizations or individuals,
social media is the most powerful promotional tool available today!
Do you know that
in a recent survey, and that “One in five tech executives said that a candidate’s social media profile caused them not to hire that person?“ 37% of all companies take a look at candidates’ social media profiles as a part of their recruitment evaluation process?
Yet, if you
ask random passerbys to define social media, you are likely to get mentions of (Facebook! Reddit! YouTube!) than an actual explanation of its usefulness.
NFL Muzzles Social Media
Are NFL players walking a fine line between branding and revealing too much? According to Jack Bechta (NFL Agent) the answer is yes.
In an interesting post by Jack on how the NFL is handling Social Media for its players, even though more professional athletes are tweeting and sharing their every move via the electronic highway, it comes with risk because coaches and GMs hate it!
Jack says that at least one team has grown so irritated and tired of their top players’ social efforts that they decided to clean house.