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  • For a list of companies who are hiring for remote work opportunities, please visit the following website, click here. To view opportunities, make sure to scroll down the page. 
  • Remote work from home jobs on Indeed, click here.
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SOCIAL MEDIA FOR JOB SEARCHING

Social media, if used properly, can be the most effective job searching tool. The usage, information, and recommendations regarding the use of social media for job searching is vast.  Below are some recent resources to get you going in the right direction.

 
 

virtual NETWORKING

The vast majority of job openings are never advertised; they're filled by word of mouth. That's why networking is the best way to find a job. Networking isn't about using other people or aggressively promoting yourself—it's about building relationships. With our changing environment, networking has taken a new direction in a virtual environment.

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Virtual FOLLOW UP Resources

Always follow up after an interview. Following up with an employer is important to show your appreciation for the employer’s time, and it is another opportunity to demonstrate your commitment and expertise. 

HOW TO FOLLOW UP

Send a Thank You Email:

  • By sending a thank-you note, you show your interviewer common courtesy and respect.
  • So few job applicants send thank-you notes that you automatically stand out if you do.
  • A thank-you note gives you an opportunity to reiterate points you made during your interview.
  • A thank-you note lets you make points you forgot to make in your interview.
  • A thank-you note demonstrates your written communication skills

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