We used to think tweeting was for the birds. These days, tweeting has become synonymous with Twitter, one of the world’s most popular forms of social media.
In 140-character snippets, we can find a variety of relevant content on any given topic.
The people we follow on Twitter can expose us to a wealth of information we would not have seen otherwise. It’s bite-sized, fast-paced, and businesses who use it are soaring above their competition.
So whether you’re on the job hunt or just need career advice, here are ten career experts to follow on Twitter, including quick snapshots of their most recent tweets.
CAREEREALISM has strived since 2009 to be a trusted resource for quality career advice. The contributors to the online career magazine are carefully vetted and approved of to make sure their content is cutting-edge and relevant for all those seeking career advice.
— CAREEREALISM (@CAREEREALISM) April 15, 2015
2. Lolly Daskal
Lolly Daskal is a leadership coach, consultant, motivational speaker and author. She is the founder of Lead from Within, a leadership firm that provides customizable programs for organizational development.
Glassdoor is a growing online career community where employers and employees alike share information about their careers, including CEO approval ratings, salary reports, interview tips, photos and more.
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— Glassdoor (@Glassdoor) April 10, 2015
CareerBliss strives to help people find happiness in their careers. Offering a hub of information for everyone in the workforce, they even use a “Bliss-Score” system to rank the desirability of jobs.
5. Business Insider: Careers
Business Insider: Careers offers readers of the popular news publication a place to go for the latest career advice.
— BI Careers (@BI_Careers) April 15, 2015
TheLadders is a free, mobile-to-mobile career community that helps match jobs to career-driven professionals. More than 70,000 recruiters use the platform to find qualified candidates.
Job-Hunt is dedicated to people who are currently out of work. It provides comprehensive listings of employer recruiting page links and the most up-to-date career advice from experts.
— Susan P. Joyce (@JobHuntOrg) April 15, 2015
Monster has expanded from its roots of “job board” to global online employment solution for both recruiters and job seekers.
UndercoverRecruiter is one of the top five recruitment and career blogs in the world. Based in the UK, it has a community of over 150,000 members and provides information on topics from career management to resume writing and everything in between.
— Undercover Recruiter (@UndercoverRec) April 15, 2015
CareerArc is a small company making a big impact. Used by more than one hundred members of the Fortune 1000, they focus their efforts on helping human resource professionals improve their recruitment and outplacement efforts.
— CareerArc (@CareerArc) April 8, 2015