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Feb152011

Job Seekers: 5 Smart Steps on Twitter

Here's more help on leveraging the Internet to help you succeed in your job search. This time, we take a look at Twitter, in an article written by Rosa Elizabeth Vargas, an Elite Master Resume Writer (MRW), Certified Expert Resume Writer (CERW), Nationally Certified Resume Writer (NCRW), and Academy Certified Resume Writer (ACRW).

Vargas recommends you take a professional approach to using Twitter for job search and use it to create and promote your brand.

Five easy tips to bear in mind, especially useful for those new to the world of social media.

Job Seekers: 5 Smart Steps on Twitter - Jobs & Hire.

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