[INFOGRAPHIC] Here’s An App For Finding Your Next Job!

[INFOGRAPHIC] Here’s An App For Finding Your Next Job!

It’s with great pleasure to announce that my job searching app has finally been approved by Apple and is available in the iTunes store. Check out Social Media Job Search – Jobjuice. As an MBA at Boston University back in 2005-2006, I used Jobjuice to learn my marketing frameworks and prepare for job interviews. Today, the company has moved into the world of ios apps, and their developers and designers are great. Enjoy this info graphic we put together to demonstrate why these skills are so important in today’s job search. Enjoy!

Originally posted 2012-06-08 18:28:37. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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  1. Nice post. I learn something totally new and challenging on blogs I stumbleupon everyday. It will always be useful to read articles from other authors and use something from other web sites.

  2. william34536 you did a great job!

  3. Is this the comment co-op group??  I just ran across your “3 ways to demonstrate your value in a job search” .  I have to  say that the the idea is tremendously creative.  Everyday I read through tons of clever ideas and yours is right up there so I am here to see if it will actually work!

      • JoshuaWaldman ShawnDearenPennick OK…Thanks.  I ran across you blog somewhere yesterday which led me here ( great job on this BTW.–did you do all of it??) .  Where is the comment co-op group?  I apologize as I am not “blog savvy” at all….

        • ShawnDearenPennick Shawn, I’m no longer running a comment co-op group. However, you’re welcome to start your own. You can also use Fiverr to hire folks to comment, but that’s just a short term solution.

  4. Enjoy this info graphic we put together to demonstrate why these skills are so important in today’s job search. Enjoy!

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  6. Love the infographics and congratulations on your job searching app with apple!  I was not surprised to see that LinkedIn was recruiter’s social media site of choice, but surprised that Facebook has now fallen behind Twitter for second. It’s also no real surprise that job searchers are using LinkedIn to find job opening and connect with others. I was fascinated with your results about recruiters looking at a person’s online presence; not so much that it helped people get a job, but the fact that a poor personal online brand could be a reason why some didn’t get the job.
    Good comments about strategies for the proactive job seeker. Finding companies that fit your search, especially using niche market boards, and finding key decision makers are paramount when starting a, targeted job search. But reaching out and engaging with connections helps job seekers the next step to an interview.

    •  @Kay Riley Thanks for the comment Kay. I always say that having a nice profile only get’s you so far. A job search is not a beauty contest after all. So the FIRE method is an accessible way to be much more proactive. 

      •  @JoshuaWaldman Just reading through your site and found mention of what your call the FIRE method http://careerenlightenment.com/social-media-job-search/marylhurst-webinar-4-steps-to-a-job-on-LinkedIn.  That method is a very wise way to ensure you have researched your company and industry well, have connected with everyone you can to ensure you understand what the company does/needs, and to prepare to showcase your strengths and assets to the company during a meeting or interview. I obtained a previous job by using this method and it was for a position that wasn’t even announced anywhere.   Thanks for the interesting website.

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