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Job Search Tool / Twitter Resources

There are hundreds of websites for job seekers, such as Monster and CareerBuilder, but these three are designed specifically for Twitter recruitment:

TwitJobSearch: This site allows you to search for jobs posted on Twitter using keywords (for example, “Marketing in New York”). Click on a link to find a job’s specific recruiting page. Take a look at the Twitter users who are most frequently posting these listings; they might be worth following.

TweetMyJobs: TweetMyJobs will send you personalized job listings via email, Twitter or your mobile device. Geico, VISA, UPS and AT&T are among the major companies that use the site as a recruitment tool.

Twellow: Twellow organizes Twitter users by category, making it easier to find the right recruiters and influencers to follow in your job search. Twellow’s Twitter account also shares social media stories via

For a comprehensive list of Twitter accounts for job listings, check out JobMob’s compilation of 400+ such accounts. Be advised that not all of the feeds listed are still active.

Here are a few frequently updated and well-regarded Twitter accounts to get you started:

@JobHuntOrg: Susan P. Joyce tweets on behalf of, posting U.S. job listings, career advice and helpful articles for job seekers.

@SocialMediaJob: Dave Weinberg (@weinberg81), founder and CEO of Pinbooster, aggregates job listings in the social media sector.

@LinkedIn_Jobs: As the premier social media resource for professionals, connecting to LinkedIn is a must for modern job seekers. Subscribe to the platform’s Twitter account to see career listings directly in your feed.

@CraigslistJobs: Incorporate Craigslist into your Twitter feed to receive job postings from across the United States.

@Ed2010News: This Twitter companion to posts job openings in the magazine industry, as well as updates on the media world.

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