Are you 'social' enough

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Discussion of use of social media to increase visibility for career development/progression.

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<ul><li> Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSA Visiting Lecturer, Communication Director, Public Relations Society of America (617) 489-2386/ kirk.hazlett@regiscollege.eduTwitter: @kirkhazlett / LinkedIn: kirkhazlett / Facebook: Kirk Hazlett Blog: kirkhazlett-aprofessorsthoughts.blogspot.com </li> <li> Are You Social Enough? </li> <li> http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2012/04/social-media-recruiting-infographic.html </li> <li> http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2012/04/social-media-recruiting-infographic.html </li> <li> http://blogs.payscale.com/salary_report_kris_cowan/2012/04/social-media-recruiting-infographic.html </li> <li> Besides checking your resume, nearly 3 out of 4 hiring managers and recruiterscheck candidates social profiles 48% always do even if they are not provided.LA Times Business: Want a job? Check the spelling on your Facebook profile </li> <li> According to research conductedby LinkedIn of organizations using the platform 58% indicated that candidateswere hired through social media. Information courtesy of John Deveney, Deveney Communication </li> <li> Decide what image you wantto portray and stay with thatin all of your social mediaplatforms: LinkedIn, Twitter,Facebook, and blogs. </li> <li> Kirk Hazlett, APR, Fellow PRSALecturer in CommunicationsRegis CollegeP: (617) 489-2386 / E: kirk.hazlett@regiscollege.eduhttp://www.linkedin.com/in/kirkhazlett / Twitter: @kirkhazletthttp://kirkhazlett-aprofessorsthoughts.blogspot.com/ </li> <li> http://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=3260619&amp;trk=tab_pro </li> </ul>