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Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – Infographic

Social resumes are growing in popularity, and employers are taking notice. 92 percent of companies reported using social media for recruiting purposes in 2012, and 88 percent of job seekers are now active on one or more social networks.

Digital social resumes are a modern take on traditional resumes. While you definitely need to include your work experience and education on your social resume, you can expand the information you provide to prospective employers to include samples of work, pertinent links and more.

This infographic takes a closer look at why a social resume is now so important, providing hints and tips that will help you secure employment.

Why you need a Social Resume to get a job – Infographic

Why you need a Social Resume to get a job

Why you need a Social Resume to get a job

Source: Onlinecolleges


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14 Reacties

  1. Louis 27 januari 2013 om 11:44

    times have changed definitely, I remember when it was *outrageous* to just email an inquirey or a resume

  2. Janej Ebem 27 januari 2013 om 10:45

    CV is a must in job hunting, that's for sure.

  3. Dubie Bacino 27 januari 2013 om 10:47

    Sad, but true.

  4. John Dey 27 januari 2013 om 10:49

    People intend to over hype the quality of a CV, actions speak louder then words.

  5. Barbara Fariña 27 januari 2013 om 11:50

    Agree. Many recruiters use LinkedIn to find people. Im not sure about twitter and facebook BranchOut is not to useful in my opinion.

  6. Ben Heys 27 januari 2013 om 11:07

    yup, everything is going social these days…

  7. Anoniem 27 januari 2013 om 12:38

    not always, but in most cases it makes sense and is usefull.

  8. Wayne Mansfield 27 januari 2013 om 13:13

    Great stuff but scary!

  9. Catherine White 27 januari 2013 om 13:30

    I'm inclined to agree with John. In the end, you are your CV.

  10. Susan Davis Cushing 27 januari 2013 om 13:34

    Great infographic – remind of the places I need to tone up online!

  11. Christopher Lewis 27 januari 2013 om 19:50

    Great points, this is something I am constantly trying to get the students that I work with daily to understand!

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