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Underemployed? Put Social Networking to Work for You!

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Underemployed? Put Social Networking to Work for You!
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In today’s society, there are thousands of people who are unfortunately unemployed.  Many people fill out several applications on a daily basis, and yet they still aren’t hired.  In this position, there aren’t too many places that a person can turn.  Household bills and other expenses will continue whether a person is employed or not.

Underemployment is a problem that you can’t easily disregard. It involves people who are employed for part-time but would like to have full-time job as well as people doing low-income jobs than they are eligible for because there is not adequate number of jobs. For the people who are underemployed, having a job to go to is great, but they continue working because they have to, and not because they enjoy doing it. This makes people demotivated as creates depression in the long run.

How Social Networking can be Helpful

The under employed have a totally different set of problems and issues to deal with.  Most underemployed people strive for a successful career, but they need a quick solution to finding the preferred positions.  There are three possible networks that thousands of people use on a daily basis to complete such tasks.  These social networks include Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

Target Your Favorite Companies

As underemployed, you must remember that you should not seek just another position; you should pursue a career path.  When you are aware of your projected career path, you can start to look for companies that offer positions in your career field.  Social networks are great to use in this case because you will be able to stay updated with news and other important information.  Here, you should try to find someone that’s in the same career path as you and ask a few questions to get a little insight.

Change Direction

Another thing you can do is head in a different direction.  If you are, sorry to say, unemployed or feel that you are underemployed, you should consider changing your career path. You should think about taking a new route if your desired career is too much saturated; social networking can help you here as well.  You will be able to find many people who are successful in your area of interests.

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When you meet people, don’t ask them for a job.  Talk to them to get a little insight of what goes on during the course of their day and what type of schooling they had to endure.  It will be in your best interest to find out as much information as possible.  While you’re talking to them, take notes to see what you need to do to touch the sky.

Being underemployed is not something to cheer up on; it is truly frustrating. So, making the best use of your social media connection can get you there where you always dream to reach.

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Website Editor: Daniel Ruyter

Daniel Ruyter has published 153 posts in this blog.

Single dad, founder & editor of four sites and newly-published author of Memoirs of a Dating Dad. Daniel lives in Florida with his two sons and fiancée, JenB.

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