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LinkedIn is an invaluable tool in your job search. Your future employer will be there, possibly looking for someone like you. Once you’ve created your profile, you’ll want to go a little deeper and take advantage of the resources LinkedIn offers you. One of the site's most valuable resources is its LinkedIn Groups – and there are hundreds to choose from. You can join groups for professional associations you belong to, college or former employer alumni groups, groups that discuss skills you use on the job, groups where members have similar interests, hobbies, or expertise as you, and job search groups. Groups galore! Groups can be a great way to engage with colleagues, make new connections, discover new opportunities, and promote your brand. But, once you join a group, then what? How do you begin to get involved? This post will give you strong ideas for what to say in your groups, so that you can confidently go start a new discussion today! Read on for these valuable tips to build your brand in groups and use them to further your career. READ FULL ARTICLE ► Photo Credit: Shutterstock
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