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Asian Expat Jobs on Social Media Sites

Today, employers use social media to find qualified applicants, often a faster and cheaper method of identifying good job candidates than posting a job. Social media has also become a fast and cheap “background check” that is often done before inviting a job applicant in for an interview. Employers search social media to verify the facts on resumes, to check out knowledge and attitudes expressed publicly, and evaluate communications skills. Asian expat jobs on social media sites is used in a number of ways. It helps recruiters have a more clear idea of who you are and what you have done before they even talk with you. They also pick up clues about your personality and how you might fit into their corporate culture.

Asia Expat Jobs – Using Social Media in Job-hunting

Asia Expat Jobs. Social media and networking sites can be used for careers research, job seeking and to market yourself to future employers as well as sorting out your social life – something that many students and graduates are surprisingly unaware of. In a recent survey by SHL, less than 40% of graduates said they would consider marketing themselves to recruiters online. This means that the other 60% are missing the opportunity to present themselves in a positive light and use social media to help them get a job. There are different sites for professional networking and for social networking – your Facebook profile may not present you to employers in the best possible light!

Asia Expat Jobs on Social Media
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Asia Expat Jobs on LinkedIn: Asia Expat Jobs on LinkedIn
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Asia Expat Jobs on YouTube: Asia Expat Jobs on YouTube

  1. Joern Nielsen
    Joern Nielsen says:

    Goodbye, Google+.

    Due to its low popularity, lack of developer adoption and a recent data leak, Google announced on October 8th that it would be shutting down Google+. From event spam to a “real name policy”, what was seemed like a promising product had to face too many challenges over the years to remain standing among the social media giants. Google also announced a series of reforms to its privacy policies designed to give users more control of their data.

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