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Posts Tagged ‘career’

74% Aged 18-34 Delete Social Media Posts To Avoid Negative Career Impact [STUDY]

A recent survey conducted by legal-information website FindLaw.com found that a considerable chunk of young adults are aware of, and act on, the potentially negative career impact of their social media activity.

Seeing as 91% of employers use social networking sites to screen prospective employees, it’s probably a good thing.

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So You Want To Work In Social Media? 5 Challenges In A Social Media Career

Contrary to the perception of many, a career in social media is much more than angling for the perfect Instagram, live-tweeting from big-ticket events, and pinning like crazy on Pinterest.

Working in social media, whether as a community manager, a strategist, or a digital PR manager, and in-house or out of house, has unique challenges. For all those skeptical of the gravity of a full-time career in social media, or looking to get more information on the demands of working in social, keep reading.

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Could Too Much Tweeting Ruin Your Career?

There’s a lot of talk about how using Twitter can be good for your career, your business, and your brand (and a lot of that happens right here on AllTwitter!). But just like with ice cream and sequins, you can have too much of a good thing, even when that thing is Twitter.
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5 Ways To Use Twitter To Find a Job


If you’re one of the millions of people actively searching for a new job, Twitter can be a useful resource to build and maintain connections to get your foot in the door.  The resources for job hunters are growing by the minute, but job seekers should be on their best tweeting behavior during this time of evaluation and analysis by potential employers.

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