Forget out-dated job search strategies. What job seekers need now is a current, up-to-the minute approach to job hunting that reflects the current social trends and resources that are readily available to them. For this reason, Word of Mouse. How to Use Social Media to Net Your Dream Job has been prepared.
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Using the most popular social networking sites, this how-to guide walks beginners through the process of setting up an account on Facebook (and other social networking sites), writing a profile, and distributing resumes.
In addition, the guide also presents strategies for writing cover letters, more than three different types of resumes, shows job seekers how to find hidden jobs as well as the advertised ones, and provides tips and techniques for answering questions in more than three different types of job interview styles.
Easy to read and easy to apply, this book was prepared by a Career Counselor with over 15 years of experience helping job seekers to land their dream job. Knowing that people learn in different ways, this book not only provides written information for job seekers, but also includes links to websites, templates and video.
Some job seekers experience barriers to work and the book concludes with some of the most common types of employment obstacles coupled with strategies for overcoming them.
This book has something for everybody of every age. It is suitable for people that are currently unemployed, or who are working but looking for a change, as well as for people that that have been out of the workforce for extended periods of time.
All you need is access to a computer and this book will show you the rest. What are you waiting for? Your dream could be just one click away!