Archive for September, 2012

Looking for a job and some insights about how to land one, it helps to pay attention to the experts,more importantly with the world of job-seeking has been turned upside down by the social media. Here is a list of few career experts whom you’d be wise to follow on Twitter.

1. @Glassdoordotcom

An employee-driven site, gets anonymous tips on the inside scoop of companies hiring by those who have been there. In addition to reviews on what it’s like to work for certain businesses hiring now, it also offers the secrets on salary, interview questions and more. Regularly tweeting the latest blog posts with advice to land the job, the site’s tweets supply all the info you need to keep ahead of your competitors.

2. @jobhuntorg

Tweeting as Job Hunt, Susan P. Joyce has built a career centered on the online employment search. A source for recruiter listings, her site is dedicated to giving advice, and her tweets send you to must-read articles.

3. @WetFeet_Career

A guide for career research and interviews, WetFeet provides insider tips from the recruiting process, too. Updating you on the trends in your job hunt, these tweets will keep you current.

4. @AboutJobSearch

As’s job advice guru since 1998 (yes, really!), Alison Doyle tweets links to her articles that include everything from job searching virtually to 50 resume mistakes. If it has to do with your current career or finding a new one, her tweets have everything you need to know “about” it.

5. @lindseypollak

A bestselling author and corporate consultant, Lindsey Pollack is a “next generation” career expert. A global spokesperson for LinkedIn, her advice is often included in several top media outlets. She is also a Yale grad, and her tweets are the best of the best when it comes to job advice.

6. @caliyost

Called “one of the smartest” thinkers by The New York Times, Cali Williams runs, which helps companies implement work and life flexibility programs within businesses. An advocate of balance within your career, her tweets center around finding work success that allows time for your life as well.

7. @Askamanager

Not sure what the hell your manager is thinking, how to ask for a raise, whether you might be in danger of getting fired, or more?” asks Allison Green. Luckily, she also answers all of those issues. Ask away


We love the “world of work community” for its #TChat. Tune in every Wednesday at 7 PM EST for advice on HR, talent management, workplace issues, and leadership.

9. @keppie_careers

Need to spice up your CV? Coach Miriam Salpeter, owner and founder of Keppie Careers and an accomplished writer and editor is your go-to guru. She dishes out expert resume advice and teaches job seekers (and entrepreneurs) how to leverage social media to garner cool career opportunities.

10.  @careersherpa

Want some tough love? Meet “career sherpa” Hannah Morgan, whose honest and open approach to the job search process can be a refreshing alternative to too much hand-holding. Recognizing the competitive nature of the professional world, the self-dubbed “impatient” Morgan wants you to find the position you deserve.

Do you follow any of them already ? and are there better ones which is missed out above add to the comments section to this post…