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4 Unusual ways to land a job in 2015 MARLBOROUGH, MA -- 1) Look for people who can refer you to jobs by scouring LinkedIn and Twitter. Do you have a friend who works in a city you want to move to? Are you still in touch with a previous employer who'd have a great industry connection? 2) Connect with industry professionals on LinkedIn. When you connect, send a unique message introducing yourself and stating your purpose for connecting. After connecting, ask them if they know of people within their network that could refer you to job opportunities. This is a great way to cast a wide net during your job search and expand your network of professional connections.

3) Build relationships with recruiters. From LinkedIn to Twitter, recruiters are using social media to scope out top talent. Develop relationships with them so you can get connected to the right people within a company. When you connect, ask them thoughtful questions. Ask about the types of positions they typically fill, about the company's culture and hiring process.

4) Create a list of companies you want to work for and interact! Then start engaging with their content. Ask employers about their company, retweet their content, and connect with employees who work there. Try sparking conversations and say something like, "I really like what your company does! Do you have a blog I can read?" This is a thoughtful way to show employers you're genuinely interested in their company.

Jones College Letter To Graduates

Dear Graduate:

Jones College is committed to providing a quality education to its students. The core curriculum for our varied programs of study must be constantly reviewed for up-to-date content if we are to help our future graduates meet the professional challenges they face.

We are asking you, as a Jones College perspective graduate, to participate in this vital review process by completing the enclosed combined Career Development Exit Interview/Graduate Satisfaction Survey. Please be assured that the information provided will be used for the sole purpose mentioned above. No information provided by you will be given or sold to anyone outside of Jones College.

Jones College is nationally accredited through the Accreditation Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS). This accrediting institution receives its accreditation granting authority from the U.S. Department of Education. The Combined exit interview/graduate satisfaction survey we are asking you to complete is part of our College's requirement to maintain its accreditation through ACICS. Completion of the survey is a requirement in obtaining your degree from Jones College.

We appreciate your cooperation with this survey and would also like you to know that career development service is here to serve our graduates and our community's employers at no cost.

Sincerely,
Career Development Department

Complete the required exit interview/graduate satisfaction survey.

 

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