Keep tabs on organizations you follow: You should already be following organizations you’d like to work for on Twitter, as well as individuals who work there. Don’t forget to scan through their tweets on a regular basis. They may tweet about openings that haven’t been posted on sites like Monster yet.
Use TwitJobSearch:TwitJobSearch, a job search engine for Twitter, is a great tool for looking through leads on Twitter. It’s super easy to use—just search relevant keywords and TwitJobSearch will only display job postings on Twitter.
Use advanced Twitter search: You could type in keywords or hashtags related to your job search in the Twitter search bar, but you could end up wading through a lot of unrelated tweets too. For a more effective way to search Twitter, watch this awesome video from Mashable and learn how to use advanced Twitter search to find a job:
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