Twitter is a great platform to use professionally as well as socially. You can network, research potential employers, find jobs and get plenty of job hunting advice.
Great advice on how to conduct your job search, perfecting your CV and nailing interviews can be hard to come by (although we think we cover a good chunk with our job searching tips). We are always looking out for the people who are leading top discussions and offering great advice for job seekers.
We’ve put together a list of 11 career experts below so you know who to follow on Twitter in order to get the best job search advice.
1. @jamescaan | James Caan
— James Caan CBE (@jamescaan) 15 July 2016
2. @David_Shindler | David Shindler
— David Shindler (@David_Shindler) 29 July 2016
3. @Aimee_Bateman | Aimee Bateman
You can now access my online course – Interview Success Masterclass. Thanks for all the great reviews so far. https://t.co/AI95sRvNay
— Aimee Bateman (@Aimee_Bateman) 7 June 2016
4. @Absolutely_Abby | Abby Kohut
— Abby Kohut (@Absolutely_Abby) 28 July 2016
5. @GiraffeCVs | Lis McGuire
— Lis McGuire (@GiraffeCVs) 29 July 2016
6. @EntryLevelRebel | Jessica Stillman
3 Questions Grads Should Ask Themselves Instead of ‘What’s My Passion?’ https://t.co/ydZpyMK0Tc
— Jessica Stillman (@EntryLevelRebel) 30 July 2016
7. @StandOutCVTeam | StandOut CV
— StandOut CV (@StandOutCVTeam) 4 March 2016
8. @CVLibrary | CV-Library
— CV-Library.co.uk (@CVLibrary) 1 August 2016
Top Tip: If you’re looking for a new role, be sure to upload your CV to CV-Library so that employers can get in touch with you about relevant jobs!
9. @UndercoverRec | Undercover Recruiter
— Undercover Recruiter (@UndercoverRec) 1 August 2016
10. @reedcouk | Reed
So, the job interview is over (cue: sigh of relief)…but what now? https://t.co/K21rXlXuJ9
— reed.co.uk (@reedcouk) 1 August 2016
11. @CareerExpertsUK | CareerExperts
— CareerExperts (@CareerExpertsUK) 31 July 2016