How to work: Five steps to make your social media work for you

Whether or not you are actively looking for a new job, it pays to have confidence in the image you’re putting into the public realm

25th April, 2021
How to work: Five steps to make your social media work for you
Use a professional headshot for your profile picture or get someone you trust to take a good photo – not a selfie. Picture: Getty

When was the last time you “spring-cleaned” your social media? Possibly never? Are you even sure which of your profiles are public and which are private?

If you’re looking to progress your career and forge links with like-minded people in your industry, read on.

In recruitment today, a candidate’s social media activity – what it says about them and how it might reflect on a new employer – usually comes up...

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