Facebook has the least functionality for finding a job, but it is still important that we do not neglect Facebook. Your profile is often not fully visible to the public because Facebook is more personal. However, your profile and pictures on Facebook should be paid close attention to, as it can damage your job prospects.
You can also opt to take away all the privacy controls on your Facebook account, so that you become viewable by the public. If you then say in your profile that you are an Executive PA looking for work, recruiters may be able to find your profile.
However, if you choose not to use Facebook to find jobs, you should still pay attention to what is visible on your profile. Recruitment agencies, perspective employers and background checking agencies use your Facebook profile to verify what type of person you are. Therefore, some of your fun profile that is great between friends may present a very bad image to perspective employers. Therefore, a quick audit of your profile may be beneficial.
Twitter has much more functionality for finding jobs than Facebook. It is a fully accessible form of social media for search engines. This will enable recruiters and employers to use Twitter find suitable candidates. Proactive jobseekers are free to follow relevant profile, recruiters and employers, in order to get tweets about the latest jobs. This means that it is now possible to find a good amount of jobs, without going to various agencies and signing up.
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