Some college students make New Year’s resolutions about losing weight or getting good grades, others of us use the new year as an incentive to find a (new) job.
But where are you supposed to start the search? A good start is logging onto Twitter and following a few new accounts.
First and foremost, you need to know where to find job listings. Thanks to Twitter’s instantaneous feed, you’ll be one of the first people to hear about job openings.
@JobsDirectUSA: From marketing to retail, this Twitter account gives you the 411 about various job openings. Sounds perfect right? It gets even better: each tweet has hashtags with what industry and city the position is in. There’s only one thing to say to that: #winning.
@jobsyellow: Welcome to the Yellow Pages of job listings. You should definitely follow this account because they literally have job openings for every industry you can think of. Dental hygienist? Check. Pharmacist? They tweeted about it. Truck Driver? There are job openings! Get the picture?
@USJobOpenings: This account has endless opportunities for employment. Not only does US Job Openings tweet about available jobs, but they also alert followers about upcoming job events. What could be better?
@bestjobsonline: Best Jobs tweets all the time to ensure that their followers get the latest information. You can even use this account to find an internship. While jobs are crucial for seniors, undergraduates also need to find their internships. As a result, we are all happy and finding just what we need!
@TweetMyJobs: Although this seems obvious, Tweet My Jobs is a must-follow. According to their feed, Tweet My Jobs tweeted about over 40,000 jobs in a single day. That’s impressive. Tweet My Jobs even tweets inspirational sayings for when the going gets tough. How nice of them!
Does sifting through numerous tweets to find the perfect job seem a little tedious? Some Twitter accounts are geared towards specific careers or industries. Not only will these accounts give you just what you’re looking for, but you might also get some exclusive insight into your dream job! While we can’t give you every career specialized Twitter account, here are a few that you may want to follow.
@Sciencejobs_usa: Finding a stellar scientific job is no easy feat. However, Science Jobs USA is your all-access pass to finding a science job that’s perfect for you. This account even hashtags the specific industry with every job opening. Perfection!
@Ed2010News: If you’ve ever dreamed of having a glamorous job at an amazing magazine, Ed2010 is here to help! Though the website is known for helping hopefuls hear about internships, Ed2010 also tweets about job openings. When you follow Ed2010 on Twitter, a Devil Wears Prada-esque life — think Andrea’s enthusiasm, not Emily’s resentment — isn’t too far away.
@DesignJobsLive: Is the design industry calling your name? When you follow Design Jobs Live’s Twitter account, you’ll be updated on the latest freelance and contractor positions for various design companies.
@insider_jobs: Are you interested in social marketing, (a.k.a. social media plus marketing)? The Business Insider Jobs’ Twitter is the go-to account if you’re looking to snag a sweet internship or job in this industry.
@blogging4jobs: Jessica Merrell, the creator of Blogging 4 Jobs tweets hysterically honest articles and anecdotes about the Human Resources, Business and Human Capital Management industries. Thanks to her, you can see what having one of these jobs is really like. In addition, Merrell keeps her Twitter comical with funny occurrences that are definitely worth retweeting.
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