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4 Effective job search techniques you should use BOSTON, MA -- 1) Social Networks to Boost Your Online Profile: Whether you like it or not, there's a good chance companies considering your candidacy are going to take a look into your social media presence. Taking the time to endorse yourself on social media outlets like LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook will give you leverage over other candidates. At minimum, make sure you set up and complete your LinkedIn profile. This professional network gives you an opportunity to control what they discover about your strengths and your brand.

2) Query Smaller Search Engines: Use search engines like Indeed.com or JobsWanted.com that are more likely to give you results that are fit for your needs. These search engines limit their results to job listings only. 3) Target Your Search on Specialized Boards: Using a specialized job board is one of the ways you can limit competition and increase your visibility to employers and recruiters. There are various types of specialized and industry specific job sites you can use to narrow down what you're looking for from an employer and vice versa.

4) Attend More Networking Meetings: Having an elevator pitch prepared won't get you anywhere unless you use it. Whether it's a business convention or a Meetup, get busy putting yourself out there. Connecting one-on-one with someone can land you a dream job that never made its way to an internet posting. Have your business cards and attitude ready and you'll find results.

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