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Hiring companies and recruiters have discovered that they can find new hires through Twitter at a fraction of the cost of posting openings on job boards. From a job seeker’s point of view, what is the difference between a job board posting and a tweeted opening? The Twitter posting is now, current, and immediate whereas the job board posting could be around for weeks or months. Also, since not everyone has adopted Twitter into their job search, you will have less competition.
There are literally thousands of new postings daily, so here are some tips on how to incorporate Twitter into your job search strategy.
You see a job posting and you think you are a perfect fit. Yet, as excited as you are, you know that if you just send your resume to the listed address, you’ll be in a pile of over 1,000 resumes. Here’s a neat tip to move your resume to the top of the pile.