Be found in a passive Job Market - Infograph

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Be found in a passive Job Market - Infograph

  1. 1. 1 Your Career Insurance Policy: Be found in a ‘passive’ job market of people are ‘always looking’ for new jobs, even when they are happy in their current role* is social media the go-to hub for job-seekers across the world? How to to be found in a ‘passive’ job market?of mobile phones in the U.K are now smart mobile phones, yet just 17% of sites are optimised for mobile***  It’s a one-stop shop for all your professional information  It brings the right jobs to you and only when you want them  More recruiters are using it because it saves them time and money  Have your CV on the cloud  Engage in other people’s content  Use your smartphone to post updates  Launch yourself a different kind of CV (videos, web sites, etc)  Check out LinkedIn’s new ‘University Pages’ to explore career paths of past graduates  Make your profile more dynamic with videos, SlideShare presentations and other multi-media content about you  Follow companies you want to work for and look for ways to connect with them  Join active groups on social sites in your field  Build a digital portfolio to demonstrate your brand through a web site  Connect with recruiters and keep in touch  Remember: don’t over do skills and endorsements on LinkedIn So its important to ensure the content you publish is mobile friendly! LinkedIn has roughly 30 million college students and recent graduates on the site 55% 64% They represent about 13% of the network’s total user base. Most of its college-age users come from the U.S., India, Brazil, the U.K, and Canada** The EMEA region has 50 million+ LinkedIn members while the U.K. boasts 11 million+ members Sources: #truLondon participants, The Wall Street Journal (All 2013) Why GET MOBILE HOW

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