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Job Hunt with the Influence of Social Media

Social media job sites have completely revolutionised a ‘job search’ leaving job seekers who are not technologically minded at a great disadvantage, as consequently the impact of social media has completely changed the way in which people now find employment.

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Allocating Time to Find a Job

As life becomes more demanding and hectic it is evidently more difficult to find a new job. Increased activities create further responsibilities and even small minor tasks are time consuming, every minute is precious. You begin to feel tired and drained of energy, your thoughts and concentration are easily distracted and you feel as if you are turning into a scatter brain. How do you overcome it?

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The Jobseekers to Do List

Looking for employment is a full time job in itself and treat it like so because it is only through continuous application that you will eventually be successful. Plan your day when job searching, set goals for what you will accomplish each day, vary your job hunting, for example do not buy the same paper every week try different newspapers, consider different areas of employment and keep records of all your job applications.

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Choosing a Career and Finding the Right Job

How often do we look at enterprising people like Richard Branson or Bill Gates and assume that they were immediately successful and wealthy? No doubt their achievements required great perseverance and effort, nevertheless career success is the entitlement of the average ordinary person and it is for this reason that you should spend the time and effort to study your own chosen career path.

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When is it time to move on?

When you have worked at the same job for many years, some people develop ‘job burnout’. It’s a relatively easy condition to spot in other people but far more difficult to identify within yourself.

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Your Online Image

All the information that can be found about you on the internet is referred to as your 'online presence'. Increasingly this information comes from your profiles on social networks such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. It also includes photographs of you and anything that you have written or has been written about you. This may be on blogs, forum posts and wikis.

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