LinkedIn Best Practices for Job-Hunting Grads

Everyone knows this is a tough time to graduate from college. Grads are now urged to use all the resources they can—connections, networks, job fairs, associations—to help secure interest, interviews, and ultimately, a job. In the age of social media, LinkedIn has become the go-to online network for job seekers. However, many job-hunting grads don’t know how to properly use LinkedIn, or how to maximize its offerings and benefits. Kate-Madonna Hindes, public speaker, writer on social media and the face behind, advises: “Actually use it. Half the people are doing it wrong – they aren’t doing anything.”

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