Take charge of your career this year by following some of the best career pros on Twitter. Whether you are looking for that dream job or a few ways to revamp your current career, these inspiring pros can help out. Hit follow and be prepared to fill your TL with the most useful career advice and insights you’ll ever see.Needing some career #inspiration? Look no further! Follow these 20 career pros on Twitter: Click To Tweet
Your Career Needs Many Mentors, Not Just One https://t.co/s5jzszQVaI
— Lindsey Pollak (@lindseypollak) January 23, 2017
Pollak is a Millennial workplace expert and author, tweeting about Millennial news, insights, career tips, a.k.a. all the works.
Things you need to know if you haven’t job hunted in 5 years https://t.co/NGckuojKND pic.twitter.com/8D1qYs8U6N
— Chris Russell (@ChrisRussell) January 22, 2017
Chris Russell’s tweets are all about impressing recruiters during the job search process while giving you a glimpse at what it’s like on the other side. This is insight you can’t afford to miss.
How to Build a Target Company List to Focus Your Job Search https://t.co/1m9EMg9sdC via @MarkSBabbitt
— Meghan M. Biro ⚡️ (@MeghanMBiro) January 23, 2017
Biro’s account has everything you’ll need with all things job search related.
#Millennials Earn 20% Less than #Boomers Did at Same Stage of Life https://t.co/j1QuCDmjAj via @usatoday #money
— Chelsea Krost (@ChelseaKrost) January 19, 2017
A Millennial spokesperson and brand consultant, Krost covers all things workforce. Get ready to challenge your knowledge of Generation Y!
Success is not about competition– it's about contribution.
My new @TEDTalks on givers and takers: https://t.co/oecoh039wC
— Adam Grant (@AdamMGrant) January 3, 2017
Grant is a professor and UPenn’s Wharton School and he has insights on the psychology of today’s workers while offering productivity advice.
Welcome in the New Year with a fresh job search strategy! Here are my 8 Top Job Search Posts of 2016 #jobsearch https://t.co/67b8i4vOkA
— Hannah Morgan (@careersherpa) December 31, 2016
Named the “Career Sherpa,” Morgan uses her killer content to make your professional life a whole lot easier.
How LinkedIn's new feature will help you get noticed by employers! https://t.co/5etmm9s72a
— J.T. O'Donnell (@jtodonnell) January 23, 2017
O’Donnell, featured on LinkedIn and Inc., posts a lot of awesome career content for any step of your employment journey.
"How a young college grad struggling with the job market found her way" https://t.co/pm5WPVtd6W via @WSJ
— ASHLEY STAHL (@AshleyStahl) January 22, 2017
Stahl is a career coach who spreads the career love with fun tweets and inspirational advice.
Worry does nothing but steal your happiness and keep you very busy doing nothing. ~ @LollyDaskal #Leadership #quote
— Lolly Daskal (@LollyDaskal) January 23, 2017
Also an Inc. writer, Lolly Daskal keeps her Twitter interesting with loads of rad quotes about leadership and advice.
Rejected in your #jobsearch? Why sending a thank you can fix that: https://t.co/iX0aylbTOQ
— Susan P. Joyce (@JobHuntOrg) January 23, 2017
Susan does a great job of sharing everything you need to know about finding your dream job.
Hate networking? Don’t overwhelm yourself by thinking you need to contact everyone all the time. https://t.co/9A8mRnulsk @Monster
— Dorie Clark (@dorieclark) January 23, 2017
Looking to stand out during the job application process? Clark’s Twitter has the details!
Need a job? These are the top 5 fields hiring in 2017 https://t.co/CCpATjpIbA via @actbrilliant
— Dan Schawbel (@DanSchawbel) January 16, 2017
Another bestselling author, Schawbel gives insights on everything from personal branding to recruiting and the workforce.
Volunteering can take your career further https://t.co/FWyU3EoPi3 pic.twitter.com/xCcERTO9EA via @SmartBrief
— Miriam Salpeter (@MiriamSalpeter) January 19, 2017
You can be at any stage of the job search process and Miriam’s content would be completely relevant!
Look past a company's website when researching their #internship. Check #socialmedia, too. @BBC_Capital https://t.co/Ov3UiGLKpM pic.twitter.com/uEWYcdZgMA
— Heather R. Huhman (@heatherhuhman) January 16, 2017
Gen Y expert, Huhman shares her insights on the changing workforce and how it affects the future of job searching.
Summary Sunday: Big News In Job Search This Week https://t.co/EdaBrHJiUz by Hannah Morgan
— Ryan Rhoten (@RyanRhoten) January 22, 2017
Looking for advice on personal branding? Rhoten can help you stand out.
A LinkedIn expert and professional resume writer, Lisa Rangel has all of the basics down. She can make you look good to any hiring team you will face.
"A key determinate of your employability is going to be your likelihood to acquire new skills" https://t.co/PMbW2RtFrV
— AnitaBruzzese (@AnitaBruzzese) January 18, 2017
Bruzzese tweets out career advice, sprinkled with humor to keep your TL exciting.
The New Workplace Is Agile, and Nonstop. Can You Keep Up? https://t.co/O8rC1SgRcc Yup, #worklife "#balance" part of #agile implementation
— Cali Williams Yost (@caliyost) November 29, 2016
Cali heads WorkLifeFit.com and her tweets center around work-life balance and finding career success.
Pressing Pause on a Career, Without Falling Behind: https://t.co/iXuZ153gHu
— Alexandra Levit (@alevit) January 13, 2017
Levit is all about helping people find meaningful jobs, tweeting advice on everything from career to stress reduction.
3 things to keep in mind when answering, "Tell me about yourself" https://t.co/SoszUX0nBj by @bob_mcintosh_1
— Phyllis Mufson (@phyllismufson) January 23, 2017
Looking to take charge of your career? Mufson is an expert. Tweets range from work-life balance advice to job search tips.
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