If you didn’t know it by now, employers are using social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as an active part of their recruiting process.
In fact, a new survey suggests that even if you are not providing a recruiter with your social media information, most are still looking at them anyway.
In this tough economy, people will try just about anything to get a job. However, according to a new survey from Monster of 4,000 adults, what you do may not matter because many believe whether or not you land a position is simply a matter of luck.
A new survey indicates Americans are more optimistic about the job market than they have been in recent months, meaning everyone’s flogging employers with their resumes.
If you are lucky enough to land an interview for a position that pays actual money, please be advised that there are just some things you should avoid saying when sitting down to meet with your potential future boss: