Five easy-to-follow steps to a successful Twitter job or internship search.
If you've ever found yourself in a quandary over posting something online, maintain your online reputation and use this infographic to help you decide to post.or not to post.
A simple resume a cover letter won't cut it anymore. Job applicants need to be creative and cutting edge to beat out the competition.
The job search shouldn't only include trolling social media for the newest job openings. You need to incorporate a little bit of old school tactics into your strategy to come out on top.
What would you say if an employer asked you for access to your social media accounts? If you find yourself at a loss for words, try these responses.
Twitter can be used as a powerful career tool, but before you begin tweeting up a storm, make sure you're up to date on Twitter etiquette.
To debate the risks and rewards of using Facebook as a job-seeking tool, one WetFeet editor and Dan Schawbel, author of Me 2.0 and founder of Millennial Branding, sat down for a chat.
Here are five ways to use five different social media outlets to empower your job search.
Not hearing back from an employer after your interview? Your social footprint could be to blame.
We hear all the time how important it is to utilize social media for job searching. Here are some stats about who's doing it.