Academic advises on how to use social media to find a job in article in The Guardian
12 April 2016
The article explains that a high percentage of prospective employers screen applicants’ social media accounts at some point of the employment process – in some cases even before they have interviewed the candidate. Vlatka, together with other expert commenters, gives her top tips to ensure your social media profile makes a good first impression on employers.
Reviewing your social media accounts is not just about removing incriminating photos or posts to ensure you’re not giving a bad impression. Vlatka says you should use your social media accounts to your advantage instead – to show that you’re a confident networker with the ability to put intelligent points across and nurture relationships.
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