Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Blogs, MySpace, Google+ and Other Social Media Websites Gerald Cohen Author
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This Book is a Complete Guide for Those Seeking Employment with Social Media Networks and Internet Job SitesFind a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Blogs, Myspace, Google+ and Other Social Media Websites, lets you select from thousands of web pages of job information, on most subjects you will need, by clicking on their web addresses. These are cataloged within the traditional websites and non-traditional websites. They include: eCademy for college graduates, ExecuNet for executives, IT Jobs, Jobs For People with Disabilities, Work at Home Jobs, Jobster, Quora, RallyPoint for Military jobs, RebelMouse, TweetMyJobs, Overseas Jobs, Jobs for People with High School Degree, Best Sites for Women, Latinos, and minorities. This book provides statistics on the 173 largest active social media sites with number of users on each of them. It also provides a model profile that you can use to build profiles on all social media sites and career planning information. The chapter on how to use the internet to find jobs shows the top 10, 50 and 100 internet job sites, lists the top 100 job sites for different careers and industries and the top websites used by employersThe profile you build on social network websites allows recruiters and employers to find you in the want ads or search pages of those social media websites after you change your headline to 'seeking employment, as an Enter Your Desired Occupation Here. When human resources people search for people in your occupation and location, they will find you. You can also use the search pages to search for groups, forums, posts, and the job seekers section where you can post your job search information and network with recruiters and employers to find your ideal job.The chapter on career planning gives you access to the best planning information from creating a project plan of your job search tasks through finding your job opportunity. The chapters on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and others provide information, videos, tutorials, examples of profiles in different career fields, and how to build robust profiles. I even include advice to job seekers at all levels of education and experience on what qualifications they need to obtain the jobs of their choice, especially in our present climate of high unemployment and increasing mechanization of our workplace. Many of us need to add more computer and other skills to our skillset to keep up with changing technology. Others will need government assistance to learn additional skills needed to find the jobs of their choice. I also include a chapter on how the government, industry, educational institutions and society must work together to help train, or retrain, and employ the unemployed during this time of high unemployment.The book will help you harness the vast resources of the internet to find the information you need to create your best social media profiles and internet job site resumes. It will help you find your best job.Table of ContentsIntroductionChapter 1: How to get the Best Results from this BookChapter 2: Which eBook Reader to Use if you use oneChapter 3: The Best Career Planning Websites to Use to Find a JobChapter 4: Find a job on the InternetChapter 5: Find a job on Social Media WebsitesChapter 6: Find a Job on LinkedInChapter 7: Find a Job on FacebookChapter 8: Find a Job on TwitterChapter 9: Find a Job on BlogsChapter 10: Find a Job on MyspaceChapter 11: How to Search the Want Ads on Social Media for your JobChapter 12: Groups that can Help You Find JobsChapter 13. Forums to use to find JobsChapter 14: Find a Job o on Google+Chapter 15: Find a Job on Other Social Media WebsitesChapter 16: How the Government and Society Must Solve the Problems of UnemploymentConclusionAppendix A: How Computer Hardware and Computer Software Have Changed our World and our Jobs

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