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Using social media for your work search can help you find opportunities and showcase your abilities in innovative ways.
Your social media identity tells people a lot about you. But it can also have a big impact on your career and professional reputation, now and in the future.
Wherever you go online—using email, instant messaging, your website, your blog or your social networking website—you leave a footprint.
When using the Internet for your work search, take precautions against potential risks.
If you’re looking for a job, the Internet is a great way to find and apply for advertised jobs and to post your resumé where employers can view it.
It’s a good idea to set up an email account specifically for work search.
Job search engines can save you time because they only search for jobs. These search engines scan job-related websites, job boards and employer sites for jobs by the category and location you choose.
When searching for jobs online, only use familiar, well-known websites or sites that have been referred to you by friends, family or the media.
You can use a work search blog or an industry–related blog to grab the attention of employers and recruiters who are searching for potential candidates.