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21 Twitter Accounts to Follow for Helpful Career Advice

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Kate MurphyGuest Blogger
September 05, 2016 · 1.5k Views

Whether you just graduated from college or are looking for guidance about advancing in your profession, the amount of resources under the umbrella term “career advice” is overwhelming. So it may come as a surprise that logging into your social media account is an ideal way to start honing in on reliable information. Twitter is especially useful and is being used by people and companies from various industries to connect with potential employees. You’ll also find experts and insiders who want to share tips about looking for jobs, professional development, and finding your best career path. We put together a solid list of 20 twitter users you should be following for career advice.


21 Best   Accounts for Career Advice

1. Career Builder

One of the most comprehensive resources out there, Career Builder offers useful career tips, links to other valuable sources for further research, and humorous and inspirational quotes. Follow @CareerBuilder

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2. Lindsey Pollak

Lindsey Pollack is an author and millennial workplace consultant who shells out career advice and strategies along with updates on her own professional activities. Follow @lindseypollak


3. Chelsea Krost

Chelsea Krost is another millennial expert who shares golden nuggets about finding your right career path, sharpening professional skills and achieving a work/life balance. Follow @ChelseaKrost


4. Adam Grant

A professor at UPenn’s Wharton Business School, Adam Grant is a best-selling writer who offers valuable insight about work productivity, creativity, and thinking outside of the box. Follow @AdamMGrant


5. Hannah Morgan

With a reputation as the Career Sherpa, Hannah Morgan dishes out a plethora of advice for job seekers and those plotting their career course. Follow @careersherpa

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6. Careerealism

As the name suggests, Careerealism offers clear and honest advice about career development and searching for a job. Follow @CAREEREALISM


7. The Muse

The Muse wants you to have a successful career doing a job that you find rewarding. The website tweets about everything from career boosting strategies to how to best manage your time on the job. Follow @dailymuse


8. Ashley Stahl

Ashley Stahl is a career coach and columnist at Forbes. She is getting ready to launch a FREE Online Workshop on how to land a job you love. Enough said, just follow her @AshleyStahl


10. Lolly Daskal

Lolly Daskal has written for Fast Company, Psychology Today, The Huffington Posts. She tweets inspirational quotes about leadership and how to become a better, more thoughtful leader. Follow @LollyDaskal


11. Get Bullish

Writer Jen Dziura serves up “aggressive lady-advice” on topics such as career, entrepreneurship, feminism, and social justice. Follow @GetBullish


12. LinkedIn Pulse

Get all the news from the leading professional networking website tweeted to you in 140 characters or less. Follow @LinkedInPulse


13. Dr. Travis Bradberry

Dr. Travis Bradberry specializes in emotional intelligence. He offers expert knowledge about behaviors and habits that thrive and fail in the workplace. Follow @talentsmarteq


14. Adecco USA

Adecco USA tweets out expert job advice, and motivational strategies for getting ahead in a career doing what you love. Follow @AdeccoUSA


15. Susan P. Joyce

Susan P. Joyce is an online job search expert and the mind behind’s twitter account. Joyce offers her expert knowledge about best strategies to use when searching for a job. Follow @JobHuntOrg

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16. Chris Russell

Chris Russell is an online recruiting expert who tweets advice for job search strategies that you can use to get noticed. Follow Russell to get in the mind of job recruiters @ChrisRussell


17. Dorie Clark

Forbes and Harvard Business Review Contributor Dorie Clark shares insight on strategies and habits you should adopt in order to stand out when applying for jobs as well as what you should be doing once you get the position. Follow @dorieclark


18. Dan Schwabel

Best Selling author Dan Schwabel tweets offer his knowledge about workplace trends and job search and career advice. Follow @DanSchwabel


19. Miriam Salpeter

Miriam Salpeter is a business/career coach who shares her strategies directed toward actualizing your career goals. Follow @Keppie_Careers


20. The Job Guy

We all can use a little kick in the butt when searching for a job. Look no further than The Job Guy whose tweets will keep you motivated. Follow @betterjobsearch


21. Heather Huhman

Heather Huhman is a Gen Y career expert who shares her insight about the changing dynamics of today’s workforce as well as valuable job search and career advice. Follow @heatherhuhman

This list proves that twitter is one of the best social networking services when it comes to job search and career advice. It’s a one-stop-shop where you’ll find tips and articles about everything from crafting a killer resume to personal branding to cultivating a successful and rewarding career. Check out The Muse for additional twitter accounts that you may find useful.


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Kate Murphy is a native of Pennsylvania. After receiving a degree in art history, she moved to New York City to test the waters. She enjoys writing about art, culture, fashion, design, and travel. In addition to writing, Kate works with artists, leads, street art tours, and moonlights as an illustrator.
CrystalloverSep 07, 2016
Great article.

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