5 STEPS TO A HEALTHY “DIGITAL FOOTPRINT”
What would happen if a hiring manager gets your resume and says, “I think I’m going to Google [YOUR name], and see what comes up”?
Are you confident that the results would please or even impress that hiring manager?
Or would you be instantly rejected? Seventy percent of hiring managers have rejected job candidates based on what they found on social media
If you were looking for advice on how to impress hiring managers, whom would you talk to? Your parents? Nope. Your professors? Nope? Your career counselors. Maybe. I’d go to the source: hiring managers. And I did. Here is advice from a recruiter at one of the most successful companies in the U.S.
- Nobody likes a suck-up but catering to Google’s wishes can do a person some serious good! Here’s How To Write Content Google Will Love and Rank.
- Check out an article close to home! Here’s to all the blogging skeptics out there: How To Blog Your Way To a Job: Part Two, 5 Reasons You Need To Blog To Launch Your Career.
So you’re on the job hunt but you don’t have a blog. I know, I know, your resume should speak for itself, there are millions of blogs out there already, and you shouldn’t have to adapt to some new fad just to prove the skills it’s clear you have, right?
With classes drawing to a close, most students are coming up on The Calm Before The Storm. The storm, of course, being finals. This misleading lull in the busy life of a student is when our minds wander to those glorious summer days ahead, when all we’ll have on our plates is how long we’re going to be sleeping in and when to start working on that tan. Six Flags is slowly luring you in during commercial breaks and the new Iron Man movie? Must. Watch. Now.