Finding Work at Home Jobs Using Social Media

Finding Work at Home Jobs Using Social Media

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Social media was mainly used to converse with family and friends when it was first started. Now it is used for everything from news to advertising. The new frontier is searching for jobs. Locating a job using social media is very popular and growing fast with sites link LinkedIn and BranchOut making it easier for job seekers to post their resume and skills online to quickly apply for jobs. More companies are allowing applicants to easily apply for jobs using these social media sites.

Best Social Media Tool to Find Work at Home Jobs

Twitter is one of the best job searching tools available. You can use Twitter to find legitimate work at home jobs. Tweets can be delivered directly to you via email that match your preferred criteria. Facebook is another social media site that is very useful to find a job. Most employers are posting their job openings on Facebook as well as on their sites. We suggest using every available tool to get the best jobs available first.

Searching for Work at Home Jobs

As in every other job board on the Internet, work at home jobs are not as plentiful as regular jobs. Less jobs to choose from makes it harder to find a position and to get hired. When searching for work at home jobs, consider using “telecommute” or “remote” as the search terms and not “work at home” or “work from home”. Most employers prefer to use these terms to advertise any work at home job openings. Select a general location including your specific location because not all jobs posted are listed under a specific location. Most work at home jobs can be performed from multiple locations and do not have location requirements.

Getting Hired for Work at Home Jobs

The competition for work at home jobs is very high. Most of these jobs will require specific skills and qualifications. For the best chances of actually getting hired for a job, we suggesting making sure you meet over 90% of the job requirements. Many job seekers apply for these jobs with limited experience. Read each qualification, skill and requirements carefully and make sure your experience matches them perfectly before applying. Prepare a resume or online profile with as much pertinent information as possible. When you apply for a work at home job, make sure you provide as many details as you can about your qualifications. List each skill as well as your experience for the skill in detail, this lets the employer know that you have the exact experience they are looking for so the hiring manager can make a quick decision and increase your chances of getting the job.

Using social media to find a work at home job can be as challenging as finding other jobs. Our tips and advice makes it more easier and efficient so job seekers can be successful. HEA-Employment.com knows how hard it is to find a job so we are more than happy to give our members advice that will make it less difficult.

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Finding Work at Home Jobs Using Social Media
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Social media was mainly used to converse with family and friends when it was first started. Now it is used for everything from news to advertising. The new frontier is searching for jobs. Locating a job using social media is very popular and growing fast with sites link LinkedIn and BranchOut making it easier for job seekers to post their resume and skills online to quickly apply for jobs. More companies are allowing applicants to easily apply for jobs using these social media sites.
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Marie Surles

Author Bio: Marie Surles is the President of HEA-Employment.com. The company was started in 1997 to provide assistance to job seekers and telecommuters who want to work remotely in their own homes by offering legitimate work-at-home job listings, professional resume services and telecommuting resources for virtual assistants.

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