How to leverage the hottest social network for your job search. Although it was founded in 2008, it was really in 2010-11 that Pinterest took off and became a favorite social network of tens of millions of people, especially in the US. Once there's such a critical mass of people on a social network, it becomes natural that some would use it to find a job. Here's how they're doing it.
The most popular spots for job seekers on Facebook right now.
Nonplussed by the hype? Use Google+ plus these top communities on your job search. I couldn't resist. Seriously though, if you hang out on Google+ - not Google Hangouts - looking for job search talk, these are where you need to be. These are the largest Google+ communities for job seekers, appearing in increasing order by size.
Where to find the best job search resources on Pinterest this year. As Pinterest continues to grow, these pinboards have become the best places to find the latest and greatest tips and resources for job searching. Some are managed by companies and websites, others are pinned by job search experts and some are just people who have done a great job collecting bookmarks.
One blog comment, one chance to win. Join in before Sunday night, ok? My friend and fellow job search expert blogger Joshua Waldman recently published the 2nd edition of his book Job Searching with Social Media For Dummies, and we're throwing this contest to celebrate. How to Enter * At the bottom of this article, leave a comment about job search and social media. Some suggestions of what to write in your comment are: * A memorable/funny/bizarre job listing you saw on a social network * A related pet peeve of yours * Tell us about someone worth hiring because of their social media presence, and why Inspire us! Comment Now