Meet my boss: Social media


The tasseled caps have been tossed, diplomas handed out and graduation parties thrown here and there. Now what?

Do you search for a job with the rest of the new graduates, or take a few months off to recharge and savor liberation from the academe?

There’s no right or wrong choice. It all boils down to making the most of your time and, should you decide to immediately join the workforce, preparing to “package” yourself not just on paper but also in digital space.

Inquirer 2bU has put together a guide on how to boost your chances in the field with the help of your social media accounts. Debunk the myths and be updated on job-hunting dos and don’ts.

Learn how to improve your skills and be productive while waiting to get hired. And check out 2bU’s “funemployment” list—alternative pursuits for those who can’t quite picture themselves in the labor force just yet.

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