Social Media often gets used for sharing IT opportunities. It's up to the jobseekers to decide the extent to which they would share professional information.
Posted: Mar 07,2016
It’s quite common for IT employees to consider a new job offer over the internet and send notice to their current employer. Sharing information pertaining to job switches often leads through confusions with your prospective employers.
At the same time, you’ll come across a number of employers that will give you ample opportunities to set your affairs in the right order. That’s one reason, it’s so important for you to determine how much your job transition could be shared over social media. After all, you don’t want your prospective employer to get your new offer rescinded.
Make sure you check out the latest job offers coming from various organizations over the internet. While seeking expert advice on Facebook, you may consider sending personal messages instead of writing anything in the wall. You must remember that your social profile gets viewed by the recruiters that seem more relevant to your industry.
Much of your professional information can be revealed through your social media accounts like Twitter, Facebook etc. You must keep your profile updated with specific information that doesn’t bother your current employer but proves attractive to your prospective employers.