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Using Social Media to Find a Job

Northumberland Building, Room 306


Employers in the UK and overseas are increasingly using social media as part of their recruitment strategy to assess new talent. Don’t miss out! Expand your job search and make yourself visible to potential employers through social media.

Ever wondered how you can widen your job search? Do you know how to make yourself stand out from other jobseekers?  In this informal session we will show you how to open up new avenues for your job search using social media, such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.

You will find out how to:

•             explore the advanced networking features of social media to help you successfully find a job and prepare for any recruitment process around the world

•             consider your own personal branding to grab the attention of prospective employers

This session is suitable for all students regardless of subject or year of study

If you require communication or access support please contact Careers and Employment to discuss ways of organising this,

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Northumberland Building, Room 306


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