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Twitter Accounts to Follow for Ambitious, Career-Minded Millennials

What’s that? Twitter can help your job hunt?

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Ah, Twitterwe love it, you sometimes love it…and clearly our President loves it, too.

But what if I told you that right on Twitter are a number of accounts to follow that will actually help you with your career, offering inspiration, and with directing you to leads on jobs?

Here are a few of our picks:

@ChelseaKrost

Why you should follow:
Chelsea Krost does not exclusively focus on careers for millennials, but she talks about and shares articles related to entrepreneurship, getting ahead at work, defining your brand and experimental marketing. Her #MillennialTalk Twitter chat, which also covers career-related topics for millennials on a regular basis, is also worth checking out every Tuesday at 8pm. It’s a great way to network, and who knows, maybe that’ll land you something.

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@GenTwenty

Why you should follow:
Our friend Nicole Booz runs the GenTwenty blog and Twitter account — which showcases even more career related original articles as well as articles from other like-minded thought leaders. Relevant topics include job interview prep, personal development weaknesses and strengths, creating a positive work environment, and knowing when to quit your job.

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@allisoncheston

Why you should follow:
According to her Twitter bio, Allison Cheston is a “NYC-based Career Advisor, Job Search and Marketing Expert, Millennial Leadership Coach helping executives and young adults discover, develop and advance careers.” What does she share articles and tweet about? Tips for recruitment, how to start an email or cover letter, and amping up your CV. You can tell she’s quite the expert — she’s been on Twitter since 2008 and has tweeted consistently.

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@Jobs2Careers

Why you should follow:
Jobs2Careers shares content from its blog. Relevant topics include working remotely/telecommuting and recruiting. The account also is a regular (and active and engaging) participant in Twitter chats including the aforementioned #MillennialTalk, #ContentWritingChat, #BufferChat and #HootEssentials.

Need another reason to follow? See Tweets here: 

 

@Indeed  

Why you should follow:
Indeed’s Twitter account is not solely meant as a promo for its website — it’s offering up career advice through tweets and shared articles, too. While it guides users to download Indeed’s Job Spotter app through several promos, it shares articles tying together politics and the job market, industry trends, and lists of jobs for particular niches and personality types. An important feature of Indeed’s Twitter account is the consistent use of info graphics.

Need another reason to follow? See Tweets here: 

Did we miss any of your favorites? Let us know in the comment box — or Tweet or email us!

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