Best Job Search Resources on Twitter

by Alicia Smyth

Twitter has helped to make celebrities and political figures more accessible, so it makes sense that the micro-blogging site can also make companies, recruiters, and career development professionals easier to reach as well. Twitter also serves as a great resource for keeping you up to date on news and current trends in the industry, which is very useful in helping you to prepare for a career fair or job interview. Some companies and recruiters even post jobs on Twitter.

Below, you will find a list of recommended people/companies to follow if you are searching for a job in the aviation/aerospace industries. Think of this as a macro-blog #FF (twit speak for “it’s Friday, so here is a long list of tweeters we recommend that you follow”).












Job Search Experts:


















Job Postings:














Professional Organizations:










Industry News:







Alicia Smyth has been with the Career Services Office at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University since 2000. In her time at Embry-Riddle, Alicia has worked primarily at the Daytona Beach campus but has also served in roles with Prescott and Worldwide. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Florida and a master’s degree in educational leadership from the University of Central Florida. Alicia currently serves as the director and information systems manager for Career Services and loves all things social media and technology. 

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