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    Power-UserLinkedIn Power-UserLinkedIn Presentation Transcript

    • Power-LinkedIn Power-User Strategies CAREEREALISM TV Cheryl Palmer President | Call to Career www.calltocareer.com
    • Why is Social Media Relevant to Your Career? Develop a Lifetime Network of Contacts Obtain Feedback from Peers Outside Your Organization More Interviews Get Found More Easily Shorten the Length of Unemployment Land a Job Stay on Hiring Managers’ Radar www.calltocareer.com
    • Why Does Social Media Matter? Employment: Past, Current & Future Trends Nearly 5 Job Seekers for Every Opening Jobs Are Not Posted as Often Few Jobs Filled by Recruiters Social Media is a Cheaper Hiring Solution Current Job is Temporary; Network is Permanent www.calltocareer.com
    • Let’s Face the…FACTS www.calltocareer.com
    • What Lies Ahead? www.calltocareer.com
    • The Financial Cost of UnemploymentScenarioExecutive at $150,000/YRAvg Unemployment is 10.1Months. Source: ExecuNet1 Month of Salary = $12,500$12,500 x 10.1 Months = $126,250 of Lost Pay www.calltocareer.com
    • The Emotional Cost of Unemployment Unemployed Americans are 4x more likely than those with jobs to report symptoms of major depression ◦ Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution Unemployment can lead to loss of self esteem, stress, and strained relationships ◦ Source: USA Today www.calltocareer.com
    • Just the Facts: LinkedInSource: MediaBistro, July 26, 2011
    • Case Study IT executive who had been searching for 6 months with no success Joined social media program and found a job in six and a half weeksDave Becker Social Media Success Story www.calltocareer.com
    • Case Study Wanted a new job but is not a U.S. citizen Learned to use social media and worked diligently at her job search Landed a jobSusanne Ebling Job Search Success Story www.calltocareer.com
    • The 4 Things Everyone Must Avoidon Social Media Appearing Desperate Being Self Serving Having an Incomplete Profile Having a Split Focus www.calltocareer.com
    • The 5 Things Everyone Must Do onSocial Media Have a Compelling Profile Be Knowledgeable of Appropriate Etiquette Contribute Reach Out & Connect Attract the “Right” People to Your Profile www.calltocareer.com
    • 3 Quick Action Steps You Can UseToday on LinkedIn Who is Viewing Your Profile? Your Professional Headline Question & Answer Forum: Earn Expertise www.calltocareer.com
    • Who is Viewing Your Profile? www.calltocareer.com
    • Who is Viewing Your Profile? www.calltocareer.com
    • Your Professional Headline www.calltocareer.com
    • Question and Answer Forum www.calltocareer.com
    • Specia ffer — Ti e i ited i edI Pr fi e Review $20 y avai ab e u ti ve ber 22 2011 www.calltocareer.com
    • Cheryl Palmer (877) 743-9521 Cheryl.Palmer@CallToCareer.comhttp://www.calltocareer.com/linkedinreview/
    • Cheryl PalmerPresident, Call to Career (877) 743-9521 Cheryl.Palmer@CallToCareer.com www.calltocareer.com