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Facebook is one of the world's largest and most successful social networking platforms, with the goal of bringing the world closer together. You work at Facebook impacts billions of users around the world every single day. They live by the belief that "this journey is 1% finished" and that the work they're doing has only just begun.


"Over the years Facebook has consistently landed a spot on "The Best Places To Work" list. A big reason people love working at Facebook is because of the amazing people that work there. Co-workers are always collaborating with each other and having fun while in the office, making it very easy to come into work every day." #menlopark #CA #facebook #tech #largebiz #coworkers #idealcandidate #teamwork #companyemployees Want to learn more about Facebook and why it's a great place to work? Check out their Glassdoor page now!    

P.S - Today, job seekers are more informed than ever before. In fact, 90% of candidates are doing their research online before applying to a job. So, what's the most effective and easiest way candidates are finding their dream job? By using hashtags!

Hashtags are a universal way for us to search for content on a particular subject on social media. All you need to know are the right hashtags to use to find the companies that have what you are looking for in an employer. That's where Work It Daily comes in! We’ve created the hashtag master key for employers and job seekers. Companies use our universal hashtags to post their employer brand content so that you, the job seeker, can find them. All you have to do is use the same hashtags in your search.

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