Using Social Media for That Dream Job: Explained

With the explosion of the use of social media on the Internet there’s a lot to be said for using any resource available to find out exactly what you want to do when you grow up. Many people, especially younger people trying to decide a future career, or just about to enter the world of work, wonder why it’s not used more by business schools etc.

An article by Phyllis Zimbler Miller over on Examiner.com tells how she feels many people are still wary of using the latest technology and latest resources available. She and her partner have now set up a new blog series over on eBranding.me called, “WHEN YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP: How to Use Social Media to Get Your Dream Job”.

The blog will be written from the perspective of a fictional character, Amy H., a senior at university, majoring in English and a new one in the series will be posted every Tuesday. It’s aimed at younger people, partly because they are most likely to use it and aims to help people who follow the series, to use social media in a variety of ways.

For more on this go to examiner.com. To take a look at the blog go to eBranding.me. It sounds like a great idea to help people get their online presence felt, and help launch people into social media. We’d be interested to hear what you think about this so why not let us know.