Posts Tagged: facebook

Veteran Job Seeker’s Social Media Question

Bradley-Morris, Inc. frequently answers queries related to the military to civilian transition such as this veteran job seeker’s social media question: “Can a potential employer require me to give them my social media passwords in order to view my pages?” In part, the response includes this bit of advice. How do you handle this type… Read more »

Social Media 101: How You Can Effectively Leverage This Online Phenomenon To Brand Yourself

Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are all social media outlets used primarily as platforms for interactive communities to share current happenings. Society has typically viewed the use of these sites for entertainment purposes, but I propose that military job seekers approach them as “networking resources.” Think of them as online résumés! Let’s begin with the more… Read more »

Military job seeker “Cyberskeletons”

Here is a good article from contributing editor Janet Farley regarding why to deal with the Cyberskeletons that might be lurking in a military job seeker’s closet. Employers are getting much more savvy about how to search social networking sites and you would hate for a less-than-flattering picture on your myspace page to be the… Read more »