Whether you’re hoping to land a new gig or you’re trying to get ahead at your current company, a little more career wisdom sprinkled in your Twitter feed is always a good thing.
So, we’ve rounded up 10 more career experts (check out our original 15!) for you to follow. Just click to add them to your feed, and let the tips come to you.
Certified Executive Resume Writer Erin Kennedy is an expert on all things resume-related. Her tips will also take you through the entire application process—from whether or not you should apply for a certain job to how best to market yourself in the interview.
There is no "right" way to format your resume. Create a format that is clean, flows well and is unique to your style/job search. #changeitup
— Erin Kennedy, CPRW (@ErinKennedyCPRW) August 9, 2013
The founder of CareerAttraction.com, Kevin Kermes tweets about getting you hired and doesn’t hesitate to share great articles by other experts either.
6 Tips to Conquer the Ever-Scary Salary Negotiation #jobsearch #money #career http://t.co/HTtow3VHtx
— Kevin Kermes (@KevinKermes) July 26, 2013
Want the best of Forbes’ career advice? Follow writer Jacquelyn Smith, who tweets relevant content no matter what you do or what stage you're at in your career.
“Australia’s most-connected career blogger” Karalyn Brown emphasizes the job search at all ages (and phases) of your career.
Dr. Woody is an organizational psychologist who focuses on productivity in the workplace. Get ready to hack your workday with his tweets and articles.
Mark Stelzner is an HR guru. Want to hear advice straight from the hiring manager? Follow Mark for tips from the other side of the table.
Rich DeMatteo is all about the job search. In addition to tweets about resumes, interviews, and uncovering the perfect gig, he hosts the weekly #JobHuntChat.
Why your PDF resume might be killing you --> http://t.co/RmQOoGTdVH #Resume— Rich DeMatteo (@CornOnTheJob) August 12, 2013
The founder of YouTern and host of the #InternPro Twitter chat, Mark Babbitt is a great resource for recent (or soon-to-be!) grads.
Busting 4 Myths About Gen Y in the Workplace http://t.co/S6uSBkfBGa— Mark Babbitt (@YouTernMark) August 14, 2013
Committed to a kick-ass LinkedIn profile? Executive resume and LinkedIn profile writer Donna Svei focuses in on your social media presence in the job hunt.
LinkedIn Search Algorithm Favors the Employed http://t.co/Tl76d6V6Iy— Donna Svei (@AvidCareerist) August 14, 2013
Eve Tahmincioglu is all about work-life balance. When she’s not helping you get ahead at the office, you’ll find her calling out the world’s inequalities.
That’s us! We’re your go-to resource for career advice for all stages of the game. Plus we regularly tweet job listings at awesome companies—follow along to be the first in the know.
TopicsTwitter , Social Media , Career Advancement , Syndication , Getting Ahead , Career Advice , Social Media & Blogging , Career Advancement Month 2013
As Social Media and Community Manager, Brooke is intrigued by (okay, obsessed with) all things social. She has been Musing since right after she graduated from Smith College, beginning first as an intern. When Brooke isn’t conjuring up new Tweets, she can be found trying out new foods, wishing she had a Boston Terrier, and Instagramming. Say hi on Twitter @beetorr.More from this Author