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One of the career columns I enjoy is Heather Huhman's Entry-level Career Examiner. Heather does some serious homework on all sorts of career development and job search topics. Her style is smart and direct - it's definitely worth reading regularly. Her article, Tweeting Your Way to a Job (or Internship), is a great follow-up read to our video S.H.O.T. on how to use Twitter to get mentors. CLICK HERE to learn how you should be using Twitter to find and follow professionals who offer insights that can help you advance your career.
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