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Social Media and Networking - Infographic

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How do people use social media and networking online to search for jobs and advance their careers? We asked nearly 100,000 people from around the world - their responses will surprise you.

How do people use social media and networking online to search for jobs and advance their careers? We asked nearly 100,000 people from around the world - their responses will surprise you.

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  • 1. Social Media/Networkingt h e e v o lv i n g w o r k f o r c efear it censor it26 %are worried that material from 33% edit content on their social network sites totheir social networking page could avoid career problemsadversely impact their career.gen y is the age group most concernedabout potential career fallout. using it24 %search for work 32% 33% of those who use social media, linkedin® and facebook® are the most preferred—only 3% use twitter®using blogs orsocial network sites only in the americashow job seekers word-of-mouth is still theare finding thatj b number one way to find a job, followed by online recruitment 26% online job boards advancing careers 22% word-of-mouth via social media 17% recruitment companies 17% direct approaches from employers 34% generation y 7% print advertisements 26% generation X 1% social media sites 10% other 20% baby boomers

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