When I launched Corn on the Job in July of 2009, I was unemployed, and in my own way, starting a job search of my own. To be perfectly honest, the end result was more of a life search to understand who I was, where I’ve been, and most importantly, where I should be. Much has come from that search, ultimately leading to the formation and launch of Bad Rhino Social Media, where I spend a great deal of my time these days.
In Corn on the Job’s (nearly) three year existence, I’ve been inspired by countless career experts. Through email, online, phone, and in-person conversations, each of the experts I’ve interacted with pushed me to be a better blogger for my audience here on Corn on the Job. For this reason, I wanted to create a list to highlight my personal favorite career experts.
Top 25 Twitter Accounts for Job Seekers to Follow
#1 – @TimsStrategy
Tim Tyrell-Smith may not know exactly how much I respect and admire his work. When we had a phone call at some point in 2010, I was immediately impressed and have enjoyed reading his helpful articles and tweets since. You can check out his blog/website at http://timsstrategy.com/blog/ and make sure to check out, “10 Signs You Are Being Lazy on Linkedin”
#3 – @UndercoverRechttp://theundercoverrecruiter.com/ and make sure to read, “5 Less Than Obvious Ways to Network with People”.
#4 – @JobHuntChat
#JobHuntChat was invented by yours truly with help from Jessica Miller-Merrill (@blogging4jobs). #JobHuntChat was the first ever twitter chat for job seekers, and features a weekly one-hour chat on Monday nights from 10-11PM. We’ve been said to include the best mix of career experts and job seekers, which has resulted in an abundance of incredible connections made and information shared by community members.
#5 – @LindseyPollakhttp://www.lindseypollak.com/blog and make sure to read, “How LinkedIn Company Pages Can Help Your Job Search”
#6 – @JacobSharehttp://jobmob.co.il/ and make sure to read, “20 Tools to Find Local Networking Events Quickly”
#7 – @Blogging4Jobshttp://blogging4jobs.com and make sure to read, “Four Job Search Tips for the Passive Candidate”
#8 – @JoshuaWaldmanJob Searching with Social Media for Dummies. Ever since I was made aware of his presence, I’ve been a reader and follower, and have been learning ever since. Check out http://careerenlightenment.com/ and make sure to read, “Is Twitter the New Way to Find Hidden Jobs?”
#10 – @DanSchawbelhttp://personalbrandingblog.com
#25 – @StevenRothberghttp://collegerecruiter.com
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