Fort Carson, CO, November 01, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Stacy Swearengen, an Army wife and present day career and education coach, has contributed her career coaching expertise to a new book, The Twitter Job Search Guide: Find a Job and Advance Your Career in Just 15 Minutes a Day.
Written by career industry innovators Susan Britton Whitcomb, Chandlee Bryan and Deb Dib, the book explores how to use Twitter, a social media resource and possible career management tool, to accelerate job search success. Swearengen, whose contributions were selected from hundreds of submissions, lends advice on how job seekers can:
· Access more than half a million job openings listed on Twitter.
· Build and leverage their professional network.
· Enhance their reputation and demonstrate their subject-matter expertise.
· Get in front of hiring managers and have more fun in the job search.
“When writing this book, we sought out insider secrets from career experts, coaches, professional resume writers, personal branding strategists, and influential tweeters. Stacy’s advice was selected from among hundreds of international submissions as invaluable information can help anyone supercharge their job search,” says Dib one of the book’s co-authors.
About Stacy Swearengen
Stacy Swearengen, Certified Career, Education and Adult Learning Coach, and spouse of an active duty soldier, provides military wives with career and education counseling that is tailored to meet the demands of the military lifestyle. Swearengen provides telephone coaching to military families across the world, helping spouses develop practical portable career plans that travel with them as they move. Swearengen is now available for interviews to discuss Twitter techniques for job search success, as well as a broad range of other career topics. To schedule an interview, contact Stacy Swearengen by phone at (719) 480-8037 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Twitter Job Search Guide
As the definitive guide to using Twitter in the job hunt, this book addresses how individuals can build their professional brand, boost their online identity, find job leads, discover unadvertised positions, research companies, uncover industry trends, prepare for interviews and raise their value as an expert in their field. The Twitter Job Search Guide ($14.95 - © 2010) is now available at Amazon.com, in all major bookstores and from JIST Publishing (www.jist.com or 1.800.648.JIST).