How to Find Your Next Job on Mobile

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The mobile job hunt is on. Here's how to prepare: http://blog.linkedin.com/2013/10/16/the-mobile-job-hunt-is-on-are-you-prepared

The mobile job hunt is on. Here's how to prepare: http://blog.linkedin.com/2013/10/16/the-mobile-job-hunt-is-on-are-you-prepared

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  • 1. HOW TO FIND YOUR NEXT JOB ON MOBILE 6 tips courtesy of Nicole Williams
  • 2. UPDATE YOUR PROFILE
  • 3. UPDATE YOUR PROFILE Lots of recruiters let you apply for jobs from your mobile device simply using your LinkedIn profile. So, before doing anything, make sure your profile is up-to-date.
  • 4. USE TIME WISELY
  • 5. USE TIME WISELY Be wise with your time. Search and apply for jobs during your commute, over lunch, while waiting in line for coffee, etc.
  • 6. LET YOUR NETWORK WORK FOR YOU
  • 7. 2ND 1ST LET YOUR NETWORK WORK FOR YOU After you find the perfect job, see if you have any 1st or 2nd degree connections at the company who can put in a good word for you.
  • 8. BE CONCISE
  • 9. ON . . . AND O ... ... AN D O N. .. BE CONCISE Do you enjoy reading long messages on your smartphone? I didn’t think so. Neither do recruiters. So, get to the point in five sentences or less, and then ask recruiters to view your LinkedIn profile for more info on your background, professional interests and personality. N.
  • 10. BE NIMBLE
  • 11. BE NIMBLE When a recruiter responds quickly to your email, InMail, call or text, respond in kind. You’ll appear more attentive and responsive, which may give you an edge over the competition. At the end of the day, every bit helps!
  • 12. PAY ATTENTION TO DETAIL
  • 13. SEND PAY ATTENTION TO DETAIL While being nimble is key, always review your InMails, emails and texts before you hit send. Smaller screens and keyboards equal more room for error.
  • 14. GET MORE TIPS ON THE LINKEDIN BLOG blog.linkedin.com