Infographic: Social Job Hunting - How to Use Social Networks to Find a Job

It seems as if social media is used for everything these days, from booking travel to connecting with classmates, social media platforms have become a standard tool for networking and gathering information. So it’s no surprise to learn that social media and becoming involved with social networks is a great strategy to help find a job – but the key is staying active, engaged and involved in the right networks. Check out the helpful infographic below to learn more about social networking and where you can begin to help find a job.


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