4 Ways To Write Yourself To A Job From Someone Who Knows

Simple tips from a web content writer about how you can easily use your most basic skill to attract jobs online. This is a guest post by Marina Shemesh. If you’d also like to guest post here on JobMob, follow these guest post guidelines. What not to do online We have all heard the cautionary tales of being careful about what you post on the Internet. Recruitment officers like nothing better than Googling potential employees to dig up some dirt about why they should NOT hire you. If you are looking for work, it is better not to boast that you are one serious party animal on Facebook. Blog posts and comments should be fine-combed for the smallest grammar and spelling mistakes and you really shouldn’t Twitter a daily tip on how to grow awesome cannabis. Just one inappropriate photo of you with a can of beer in your hand and you can kiss that dream job goodbye darling! No wonder the most of us only have a boring, half-baked profile on LinkedIn.


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