Ask the self-employed and solopreneurs for advice on how to get your next gig and you’ll hear the same thing, over and over:
“You need a website to land clients”
Now ask yourself: If I am in a job search, doesn’t this same logic apply to me? Or is a killer resume and LinkedIn profile all you need?
Here at YouTern, we are honored to have the opportunity to share so many great posts with our community. We’re especially proud to support young careerists who leverage this knowledge and go on to blow away the job search competition and begin an amazing early career.
With that in mind, we put together our Top 5 posts from 2013… and we’re sharing them now as the year comes to a close. Enjoy!
There has been a lot of talk about how everyone in a job search (or are otherwise currently obsessed with their personal brand) should be blogging.
I call “Bullsh*t”.
Not for the reasons cited by most opponents of the everyone-must-blog argument, however…
Since competition for entry-level and even mid-level jobs is very high, it’s important for young professionals to stand out to prospective employers in any way they can. One way to do this: start a blog.
As a blogger, you are in control of the content – and ultimately your online reputation and presence. Here are four more ways blogging can help your career, right now…