Well, not exactly. I got a chance to work the concession stand at the ballpark where my son plays little league baseball. It didn’t pay very well, zero, but it was a ton of fun and I got to see a lot of great parents, great kids and parts of two great baseball games.
… and yes, I love ACDC and my son and I went to their concert in January and it was awesome!
Someone asked this question the other day and I didn’t have a good answer so I wanted to get some feedback from the recruiters out there. The question was; “Do out-of-state resumes automatically go in the trash?”
Recruiters, please add your response as a comment and thanks for your input!
Like many of you, I recently fell victim to the tidal wave of job loss that has been sweeping our great country. After spending the past year consulting with companies on career site optimization, search engine marketing, website analytics and social media as a recruiting strategy, the dismal economy finally caught up with me. Now I think my tweets will be even more relevant for job seekers as I am one of you, facing the same concerns, challenges and frustrations in real time.
I am an optimist and so I’m confident that we will all find good work in due time. I enjoy being TheJobsGuy as I have met a ton of really cool people and I will continue to do what I can to help you all find work. If any of you happen to stumble across anything internet marketing and/or social media related, please let me know, and thanks for all your follows, RTs and kind words.
BTW, anyone know of any good pink slip parties coming up in Minneapolis 😉
“How To Make Twitter a Valuable Recruiting Tool” will be presented as a free webinar on Thursday, June 18th at 12:00pm CST. Registration in limited to 25 participants. Click here to register online; https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/657467826
Discover how to;
- •Quickly build a list of job seeking followers
- •Find and tweet relevant content
- •Automate content and job feeds
- •Use proper twitter etiquette or twitiquette
- •Get your tweets to go viral and reach more people
- •Use IGoogle to become a content expert
We’ll start by answering the question, “What is Twitter?” Then we’ll also help you determine if
Twitter is even right for your company’s recruiting efforts, how much time is involved in doing it
right, how to choose a name, how many twitter accounts to deploy and whether to go with
company or individual Twitter accounts.
Click here to register online; https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/657467826