In a world that thrives on the use of the internet and is buzzing with a variety of social media platforms allowing you to chat, sell, buy and over share, is it any surprise that it has become increasingly common to also use social media to search for a job? It really is the 21st century recruitment tool.
While you can find a wealth of employment related support services online, it is important to utilise the other resources that are also widely available to you. Social media is a primary vehicle of communication today and with so much information well categorised and made public, it’s the obvious place for recruiters, employers and job hunters alike to go to find exactly what they’re looking for. 89% of job seekers use social media sites daily to research company profiles, while three out of five companies will check a possible candidate’s online profile before making their final decision. This means you must know how to use your social media accounts to their best abilities, ensuring that profiles are up to date and professional and that when it comes to the search, you know what you’re looking for…
The time has changed in 21st century where social media is considered to be the most important activity that helps to gain more experience. It is due to the regular increase in internet users all over the world which has further increased the rate from millions to billions in terms of internet usage for operating Social Media.
There are various different forms of Social Media network including Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Blogs, Micro-Blogs, etc. that allows the users, whether be, people or organizations to stay updated and connected. Each of these networking platforms follows a general base for the customers. For instance, Snapchat is mostly used by the young generation, LinkedIn is mostly used by the business professionals, but all of them help in attracting large amount of customers and consumers.