Pinterest can be an extremely effective tool to get noticed by recruiters. To fully understand its power – and how to maximize that power – we bring you an infographic from our friends at Giraffe CVs. This graphic goes in-depth on how (and why) to expand your search to Pinterest.
You may have heard of Pinterest, a “virtual pinboard” that lets you organize and share things you find on the web. See a cool recipe you want to try, or a great photo of a place you want to visit? “Pin” it, and share it with your followers!
Besides building a list of must-try recipes or gawking at tropical islands, Pinterest can help you with your job search. Here are four ways to use Pinterest in your job search:
Whether you’re a college student or well into your career, hopefully you’ve recognized that social media outlets can enhance your chances of being a top-notch job candidate.
There are plenty of articles that discuss how social media can hurt your job search, but I’m more interested in discussing how you can use the powers of social media for good. We’re living in a digital age, which means every industry—from investment banking to entertainment—is using social media and looking to see how employees are using these sites, too.
Here are five ways to show you’re social media-savvy and a serious job candidate.