According to a 2009 Career Builder survey , 45% of employers use social media to screen potential candidates and this percentage is growing. These employers are looking to see your communication skills, professional demeanor, how well rounded you are and many other skills and assets you may possess. Therefore, one of the most essential skills for the 21st-century job seeker is an understanding of how to use social media like Twitter , Facebook , LinkedIn and blogs strategically.
Summer break is quickly approaching! We know that you’ve been working hard to succeed inside the classroom and outside as well, so we hope you are preparing for a relaxing, and productive upcoming summer.
Using a timeline can help you organize your job search during your time in graduate school. These timelines, for master’s and PhD students, will help you work toward your career goals over the course of your program.
It’s hard enough to find a job, how can you find one that matters? Lara Galinsky, author of Work on Purpose , and Senior Vice President of acclaimed nonprofit Echoing Green, shares what she’s learned from successful changemakers about what it takes to craft a meaningful career.
How you present yourself to others in the business world speaks volumes. People often form first impressions about others within seconds of first meeting them therefore it is crucial to ensure you are properly prepared to present yourself as a professional. Here are some important tips towards making a good impression.