Two weeks ago there was a beautiful graduation ceremony, which took place at the Swinburne University of Technology. Many of my friends finished their master degree this year. It was a time for bottles of champagne and yelling “I did it!” out loud. Nevertheless this happiness won’t last for long, since it’s also a time to focus on job searching. This is afar cry from merry celebrations with families and friends
Most of college graduates would start to search for vacant positions by traditional methods of finding jobs, such as corporate websites, recruitment agencies, job fairs or just walking in to drop their resumes at the companies. People who have experienced this circumstance would know very well how difficult to land a job, as usually job offers are less than the demand for jobs (and we haven’t even talked about the getting the right jobs!). If you are not yet succeed in using traditional job seeking platforms, maybe you might like to consider our new way to find jobs; the Social Media.
According to 7 Secrets to Getting Your Next Job Using Social Media from Mashable.com, Dan Schawbel states 7 steps of using social media effectively.