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How To Use the Internet and Social Media for Your Job Search

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    • 1. Using the Internet and Social networking to find your new Adventure!
    • 2. What are we doing today?
      Tips on your job search
      Job Boards
      Social Networks
    • 3. Your Next Step……
      Important to have Goals and a Strategy
      Very much like starting a new business
    • 4. Next step: Your Advertisement
      aka Your Resume
      List your accomplishments not your responsibilities.
    • 5. Just like a business, be professional in your job search
      Professional email address: rriggins@yahoo.com, not huggybear@yahoo.com
      Professional outgoing message on cell phone with times to call you back
      Maintain professional profiles, set the privacy settings for your personal profiles
      Use the same discretion online as you do offline – only connect with people you know
      Set time aside everyday to work your plan
    • 6. Networking is important not only for job search but overall career development
      Social networking can support and expand your reach
    • 7. Using the internet as a resource, or a toolkit for your job search…
      Career Advice such as RileyGuide.com, About.com, Inside the Net
      Industry and Trade Associations
      Business and Social Networking – LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter
      Job Boards – Generic and Specialty
    • 8.
    • 9. Your “relationship” with a Job Board…..
      Searching for Positions to see what is out there
      Registering for the Site by setting up a profile
      Registering a la carte services such as newsletters or job fairs
    • 10.
    • 11. Use Job Search Results to help develop your job search strategy
    • 12. Start with a wide search and then narrow it down
    • 13. Job descriptions are written by a variety people, so the quality varies
    • 14. Why would I want to register as a Job Seeker?
      Apply for jobs on the site rather than uploading your resume from your desktop
      You can develop “Job Agents” which search job postings for you “24/7”
      You can see how often your resume is viewed by recruiters – why is this important?
      You can always go “Private” when you want
    • 15. Public means recruiters can find you
      Privatemeans you can apply for jobs
    • 16. Refresh frequently so recruiters know you’re still in the job market
    • 17. Where else should I register? My “Favorite” Company Website
      Set up a profile on the company website as this is first place a company recruiter will look
      OFCCP – (Hint : it’s not a rap song)
      Other key information such as press releases, benefits, reviewing the overall corporate culture
    • 18. What is one of the top ways to find a job?
      Employee Referral Programs
    • 19.
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    • 21. General Services Administration inked landmark agreements with several new media companies that clear up legal issues surrounding liability and government sunshine rules — thus easing their use by government agencies' websites
    • 22. Social networking is a skillset and isn’t over after you land the job
      Social networking skills arebeing used to share information within and across agencies and departments
      Not an absolute requirement for your job search, but it sure is helpful (psst: Your competition is using social networks)
      Provide you and recruiters with powerful information – pre-reference checking
      Keep your network intact for the future
    • 23.
    • 24. professional networkingand job searching onlinkedin
    • 25.
    • 26. LinkedIn -- Three Degrees of Separation
    • 27.
    • 28. LinkedIn will help you build your network.
    • 29.
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    • 31. Find company info and make connections
    • 32.
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    • 34. LinkedIn Groups
    • 35. 1,124 members and growing
      Share news
      Post discussions
      Network with recruiters & other job seekers
    • 36.
    • 37.
    • 38. microbloggingand job searching ontwitter
    • 39. Twitter is not just about Lebron and Lindsay
    • 40. Why Twitter?
      Breaking news breaks first on Twitter
      Gathering ground intelligence on a variety of topics using “Search”
      Automatic Job Postings from companies and job board
      Email alternative – Direct Message
    • 41.
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    • 45. Learn about upcoming Cleared Job Fairs
      Connect with other followers in military-transition community
      Alerts on new educational videos for job seekers
      Connect with other job seekers for increased networking
    • 46.
    • 47. social communication for added reach and networking
    • 48. You never know who might be able to help your job search.
    • 49. 2010 Facebook Demographics and Statistics Report: 328% Growth in 35-54 Year Old Users
    • 50.
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    • 58. photo sharing for job search and career positioning
    • 59.
    • 60. educational videosfor job seekers on
    • 61.
    • 62. Tim Strike, Senior Manager, Recruiting & Staffing for General Dynamics interviews include:
      Introduction to General Dynamics Information Technology http://cli.gs/2AB2pj
      Applying for a Job and Interviewing with General Dynamics Information Technology http://cli.gs/2AB2pj
      What is General Dynamics Information Technology’s Military Recruitment Program? http://cli.gs/mmnn3h
      Austin West, Project Manager for General Dynamics interviews include:
      Differences between Military Life and Private Industry Lifehttp://cli.gs/1L5QJE
      Interviews http://cli.gs/gavMUH
      Transition and Preparing for the Next Career http://cli.gs/rSy4QR
      Military Background and Experience http://cli.gs/YZqWJPRelocationhttp://cli.gs/EJnWUj
    • 63. getting your job search startedon social networks
    • 64.
      • Twitter:
      • 65. Follow subjects or people you find of interest
      • 66. Expand your social network
      • 67. LinkedIn:
      • 68. Fill in as much as you are comfortable with on your profile
      • 69. A profile photo humanizes you
      • 70. Remember groups and leave a note to intro yourself
      • 71. Research companies and find individuals that may help your job search
      • 72. Get recommendations
      • 73. Facebook:
      • 74. Facebook also has groups and company information
      • 75. Anyone you know may be able to help you find a job!
    • “Those who embrace and exploit these newer technologies will gain a significant advantage over their colleagues who are restricting themselves to established job search methods.”
      • Joel Cheesman, recruiting blogger @ cheezehead.com
    • Help Me Help You
      Be clear when asking for help from someone- resume review? referral? advice?
    • 76. social collaborative tools are part of the career landscape
    • 77. Thanks for your time!
      Contact Us Anytime!
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