Get Hired Using Facebook

By Stéphane Le Viet, CEO Work4

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Today's hiring market is competitive--but jobseekers can stand out from the crowd by crafting a Facebook profile that communicates a lively personal brand. It’s easy to make public information, such as work and education history, into a living resume on the network where people already connect with friends, coworkers, and companies on a daily and intimate basis. 


The following guide will give jobseekers 4 solid strategies for getting hired using Facebook: 

  • Turning your profile into a basic resume
  • Making sure your privacy settings let recruiters find you
  • Showing potential employers you're interested
  • Using your connections to get hired


Guide: Get Hired Using Facebook
 

Get Hired Using Facebook from RiseSmart

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