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Web 3.0 – What it Means for Your Job Search

Imag­ine world where your tablet, smart­phone or com­put­er takes the hard work out of a job search. The advent of the seman­tic web could take the headaches out of the job hunt once and for all. Recruit­ment rep­re­sents the lion’s share of Inter­net traf­fic, and while peo­ple are increas­ing­ly savvy when tap­ping into online oppor­tu­ni­ties – those look­ing for tech­nol­o­gy and media jobs are already har­ness­ing the pow­er of the social web to con­nect with recruiters and raise their pro­file with the peo­ple in the know, but as we hur­tle towards a more ‘intel­li­gent’, adap­tive web how will this affect how we find our next role? What Does Web 2.0 Look Like? Those already using Web 2.0 are using the pow­er of social media chan­nels such as LinkedIn, Twit­ter and Face­book, as well as blogs, to max­imise their employ­ment and net­work­ing oppor­tu­ni­ties and to devel­op and pro­mote their brand. Web 2.0 allows peo­ple to con­nect and share, it allows them to post con­tent and shape their space. The cur­rent web mean job hunters can con­nect with recruiters, approach employ­ees of com­pa­nies they would like to work for, put them­selves in front of busi­ness lead­ers and con­duct thor­ough and time­ly com­pa­ny…

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