5 Reasons You Should Follow Career Experts on Twitter
Mashable recently posted an article on 14 career experts you should be following on Twitter. (CAREEREALISM's Founder, J.T. O'Donnell, made the list!) So, what are the advantages of following a collective set of experts? Here are three reasons you should click the "follow" button:

1. Resources

Career experts are always going to be pushing out helpful career-related content. This content is a valuable resource. Whether you're looking for a job or trying to boost your career, you're going to need credible resources to help you achieve your goal.

2. Quick Tips

In addition to full articles, career experts also generally tweet tips and advice for their followers. You've got a busy schedule, and sometimes reading through a whole article is just unrealistic. For those hectic days, the 140 character tip is all you need.

3. What's New

Keeping up with job search trends is a must for job seekers. Career experts will keep you "in the know" for new hiring and recruiting strategies. Don't get called out for writing a resume that's "so last year!"

4. Career Advice on the Go

While you're riding the bus, train, or waiting for a flight, hitting up the Twittersphere is easy and accessible. You can get fresh career advice while waiting in line for breakfast! Now, that's pretty awesome.

5. Inspiration

As career experts, they know it can be hard finding motivation for your job search and career changes. Look to them for encouraging words and motivational reads. So, what are you waiting for? Hop on Twitter and start following your favorite career experts now! Check out our tweets for daily career articles, tips, and more! Follow us @CAREEREALISM. Career experts Twitter image from Shutterstock
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