Gone are the days of a ‘job for life’; these days, the job market is vibrant and fast-paced and that means changing jobs every few years is now the norm. This is fantastic news if you’re constantly keeping your eyes peeled for the next challenge. The problem, though, is that the majority of job vacancies are not actively advertised by employers.
Instead, many positions will be filled by head-hunting. This often means that you are being considered for a role without even knowing it. So, in order to avoid missing out, it’s more important than ever to advertise yourself to prospective employers, particularly online.
But as much as everyone to tells you to ‘get yourself on LinkedIn’, it can be difficult to know exactly how to use it to its full capacity. What do you do once you’ve created a profile? How often should you update it? What can it do to help you?
To answer these questions here’s six top tips to separate you...