JOB SEARCH / JUL. 18, 2013
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Finding a Job through YouTube

Conventional job seeker techniques are reducing in popularity and effectiveness during the job seeker process, due to the growth in competiveness experienced during the global economic recession. As a result job seekers are looking at more unique and interesting ways to land themselves a job, including the use of YouTube as a way to find employment. 

What is YouTube?

YouTube is a video sharing website where users can upload, share and view videos. The site has 800 million unique users per month, and as a result, many job seekers are realizing the benefits of uploading videos onto the site in order to find employment.

If you are interested in using YouTube as a way to find a job then consider the below points and tips to improve your chances of achieving success:

1.       Promote Yourself

Upload videos to the site that showcase your talents. Properly tag your videos to maximize SEO.

2.       Post and Hope

Create a channel and post videos that highlight your skills and expertise. Demonstrate how good you are at what you do and provide your users with a step by step guide on how they can become good at what you do. Who knows, you could find yourself reaching out to enough fans to build enough credibility to launch your career.

3.       Be creative

Approaching YouTube with utmost creativity, authenticity and consistency will help you to achieve effective results during the job seeker process. Video creation allows you to show your on-screen personality and is a million miles away from submitting a traditional CV. Job seekers who go the extra mile during the job seeker process are far more likely to be noticed by recruiters.



YouTube is a short and snappy way to get noticed and is fast becoming an effective way to find a job. If you are fed up with the traditional job seeker process and are looking for a way to stand out from the crowd, consider creating and posting a video CV on YouTube. 

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