Your online presence could HELP or HURT your Job Search…

Take a moment this week to review your online presence and what it says about you as a potential employee.  Often pictures or stories about you on your friend’s sites can damage your reputation or hurt your chances of being interviewed or hired.  Many hiring authorities will search your name and research your social media presence before scheduling a job interview.  Most hiring authorities will conduct a thorough search prior to extending a job offer. 

It is critical that you understand and utilize privacy settings. Only post pictures or stories that you would share with a potential employer or your parents.  You do not want a fun weekend to prevent you from getting a job.   Also reach out to your network and friends and make sure they also only post appropriate pictures and postings.

When most employers are initially reviewing who has posted recommendations about you.  They then check to see if your online profile matches the resume they received.  This is why it is critical to update your LinkedIn Profile whenever you update your resume.  If you need assistance, login to our Career Portal and click on the LinkedIn – Resume Uploading Banner on the right hand side of the page.  Through this service, we will upload your new resume and populate your LinkedIn profile for consistency and keyword recognition, ensuring that your potential boss sees the same level of professionalism when they search out your LinkedIn page as they do when they read your new resume.

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    Amy contacted me in a time where I was unhappy where I was but wasn’t doing anything to change it. She was very informative and if she didn’t have the information at hand, she got it. She revamped an old resume making it more about achievements than responsibilities. She coached me on interview tactics before multiple interviews and was there to talk about them afterwards. Every conversation we had felt more like a friendship than business. She is genuine, honest and has a passion for what she does. She also helped boost my confidence through the entire interview progress. Whatever she is doing, she must be doing it right because I got the job! Thanks Amy for a life changing experience.
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    ...for all the time he spent helping me acquire my new career. He has helped by assisting me with redesigning my resume and keeping in contact with me throughout the entire process.  His actions showed that he really cared and wanted the best for me. Thanks again, Dominic Almanza I want to thank Tim
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