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Re: Job Hunting in the Digital Age by Eguono posted on Oct 24 2016 5:16AM

Job Hunting In the Digital Age: Reputation, Resumes & Video Interviews

Job hunting has changed a great deal since the digital age became a prominent fixture in daily life. Recruiters are utilizing the web to search for potential candidates at home and abroad. And HR is using the social media platforms to investigate candidates’ personal lives as well. 

Interestingly, recruiters are using what they find about you online to make hiring decisions. Making your digital reputation invaluable to acquiring your dream job. How much thought have you actually put into your digital reputation? It is essential to understand that you are leaving a digital footprint HR recruiters are indeed following.

Leave a Unique and Positive Digital Footprint

Your unique digital footprint can be a positive when it comes to your latest job hunt. However, it can certainly hurt your reputation too. Developing your digital reputation is more important than ever in the digital era. And it allows you to connect and network with recruiters and corporate decision makers without even leaving your home. 

In fact, studies have found that 75 percent of HR recruiters look for career candidates online. They use social media, and it's often acts as your cover letter. Other research found that 70 percent of job application resumes would get dropped in the “no” pile due to a poor digital footprint.

Develop your professional digital reputation today and highlight your marketability.