Broadband = Job Search

Technology has changed the way jobs are posted and filled. In fact, without a broadband connection, your chances of finding out about most jobs or even getting an interview are greatly reduced.

Some of the most popular online job boards include:

Networking is an important part of job hunting. Being active on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter can expose you to new opportunities. LinkedIn is particularly geared toward those looking to advance their careers. According to The Muse, 93% of employers use LinkedIn to find candidates, while 66% use Facebook and 54% use Twitter.

Once you apply for a job online, the first round of interviewing is often held through videoconferencing. This requires a reliable broadband connection.

Improving your skills can also help you land a better job. From tutorials on YouTube and MasterClass lessons to college courses taken online, the internet provides countless resources to help you learn more and get better at what you do. And it’s all possible over your broadband connection.