- Search for jobs and internships. While there are many hashtags that you could try out, here are a few to start with: #jobs #hiring #genY #entrylevel, #hireme, #gethired, #internships #intern.
- Use the advanced search option and specific keywords to find recruiters, jobs, influencers and more information.
- Follow company career handles. For example @GEICOCareers @SodexoCareers @GECareers @MicrosoftJobs @attJOBS share photos, videos, job postings and more.
- Follow your school’s career center
- Participate in a job seeker chat.
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