The biggest obstacle that prevented me from walking into my so-called dream life was that I didn’t really know what I wanted to do or what I had to offer. Not only was my profile confusing, but also it was unimpressive to employers.
Like any industry, you have to start somewhere. The good news is that with so many companies looking to expand their online experience to social networks, there is plenty of experience to be had. And some companies will even pay for it.
Although social media can give you a great opportunity to show potential employers more than what is on your resumé, it can also work against you if you don’t control your online presence. Here are a few things you can do to control your digital footprint and prevent it from losing you that interview.
After months of following every piece of job-hunting advice I could find, I started to feel as though I was just sending my resumé into a vortex of nothingness and as a result I grew frustrated, hopeless and depressed.