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Remember Job Seekers: You Are a Community

When in the job search, you can often feel isolated.  After all, you are the CEO of Find-A-New-Job, Inc.  No one is going to be more responsible for the search than you.  I’ve blogged about this before, but it bears repeating:  Although you are in charge of the search, make sure you leverage all your resources.

Also keep in mind, you are part of a bigger community.  There are many who have learned some hard lessons about the job search or who have coached those of us in it.  You need to take advantage of that network of knowledge to ensure you’re doing everything you can to land a great job.

One such community is Margo Rose’s HireFriday Twitter Group.  I recently took part in their weekly on-line discussion and there was plenty of good ideas and advice shared with job seekers.

Take a look at my latest article for AOL to see some of this conversation and get connected to #HFChat and #HireFriday on Twitter for more details:

Article:  The Job Search Expert is YOU!


Related past article:  Recruiters Can Be a Job Seeker’s Best Friend


February 8, 2011 - Posted by | AOL article, General Musings, Job Search, Social Media, Working with Recruiters

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Jeff Lipschultz and Jeff Lipschultz, Miriam Salpeter. Miriam Salpeter said: Good point! RT @JLipschultz: Latest AOL post: "Remember Job Seekers: You Are a Community" […]

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