Young job seekers are using nontraditional methods to land jobs, and it starts with a great online social presents.
More and more, young adults entering the workforce are paying more attention to their online habits, and presenting themselves in a professional manner. Everything from limited Facebook and Twitter profiles, to cleaning up inappropriate posts, it is becoming more important for young professionals to be viewed appropriately online.
In 2016, young professionals have opted for their own websites to promote their past accomplishments. Everything from education and job experience, to examples of film and audio projects that they have worked on, it takes more than just the standard one-sheet of all of your experience to impress potential employers.
Other tools, such as LinkedIn and Monster.com, have given young professionals an alternative to the standard job application, which is leading some to ask, “What is the place of the resumé in 2016?”
Do you think the resumé is on the way out, or do you think it is still relevant in 2016?
Read more here.