Social Media Just Might Get You Your Dream Job: Sign Up for Twitter and LinkedIn

Hi wonderful writers,

When you’re looking for job resources, don’t discount social media. I did a bit of research on Twitter today and found several great feeds that list probably thousands of available writing jobs, some remote, others not. So, if you aren’t actively using social media, especially Twitter and LinkedIn, to poke around for something good, make sure you sign up for those accounts. After all, they are free, and signing up just might give you the job of your dreams.

After doing some research, I put together this nice Twitter list you can go through and look closely at while you job search. Good luck and I hope me taking to the time to do this saves you time in your job search.

Twitter list of Writing Job Websites

https://twitter.com/writingjobs24

https://twitter.com/GetTecWritiJobs

https://twitter.com/jobs_at_writing

https://twitter.com/MedicalWriterUK

https://twitter.com/writersjobs

https://twitter.com/write4diversity

https://twitter.com/Bloggerjobsbiz

https://twitter.com/WritingJobsGigs

https://twitter.com/femministas

https://twitter.com/GetHiredHere

Author: drklnelsonsblog

As well as being a longtime, award winning professor with four grad degrees, I am an experienced published writer of books, academic journals, newspaper journalism articles and magazine articles. I hold four graduate degrees--MA English, MA History, MS Psychology and a doctorate in Educational Technology. I have been a professor for over 16 years and have taught and developed classes for all four subjects I hold degrees in. I have also taught first grade and kindergarten, and taught upcoming teachers in K-12 as a professor. Teaching writing along with psychology, education, and history as a professor for 16 plus years helped my personal writing and teaching abilities excel. My deep analysis of content taught me to have a unique sense of perfectionism which is now a now standard expectation I require of myself. I am a rare type of professor and researcher not only because of my many years in academia but also because of my 400 plus published blog and academic journal articles, and other published writings. I have respect for the amazing power of words and the importance of communication, which is something I think many overlook.

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