Let’s ask you a question.
Send us a comment as your answer.
Here it goes:
If a potential employer checks you out on Social Media, will you be offered the job?
Yes Kuulpeep, social media matters. The reason you are not landing job interviews or probably not receiving appointment letters after the interview may have nothing to do with whether you can do the job or not.
Your social media profile might be keeping you in the Unemployed Graduate Association.
We know some of you have started sending out application letters since you just completed your National Service or you want to land a job though you are in school.
— Ashiokai Akrong (@ashiokai) September 11, 2017
That’s why we are telling you about the 140 Character CV, Social Media Week Accra session at the Centre for African Westlands, University of Ghana.
It’s 7PM today, and you will leave the session with a whole new understanding of the strong relationship between your online identity and your dream job.
The resource persons will help you fine tune your social media identity to prepare you for the job market.
It’s very real, don’t blame any witch in your village if you are not getting employed, blame your social media identity.