AC Online: College Student Guide to Professional Social Profiles
Social media is playing a larger part in how companies consider your employment. More hiring managers today are looking at applicants’ social profiles before making hiring decisions. Employers aren’t just looking for blatantly bad behavior, though. They also want to make sure you’ll be a great addition to their team.
In today’s competitive job market, it is important for you to stand out on paper, in person, and even online. In addition to impressive, easy-to read resumes and smart, personable cover letters, young professionals need to be aware of what they’re sharing on their social networks.
Besides avoiding negative behaviors, such as posting racy photos, there are things you can do to make yourself more appealing to potential employers. The guide below highlights key places on social profiles where hiring managers look for “red flags”, and offers quick and easy steps to help turn potential disaster into professional success.
[Infogtaphic “COLLEGE STUDENT GUIDE TO PROFESSIONAL SOCIAL PROFILES]
According to the , students paid an average of $13,016 for college tuition in the 2018-19 school year. With room and board, the number rose to $24,623. Most classes require...
Completing a Ph.D. in management online catapults graduates into the highest echelons of the discipline and qualifies professionals to take on advanced, highly specialized roles in areas of business, research,...
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended life for everyone. The pandemic has also created new financial burdens for college students. Many degree-seekers find themselves wondering how to afford college during a...
Search for Online Colleges by Subject
Discover schools with the programs and courses you’re interested in, and start learning today.