Job Hunting 4.0

How to find a job in digital era
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (62 ratings)
4,952 students
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Take advantages of Internet and social media for job searching.
Understand how to identify appropriate job search sites and apply online.
Become comfortable with vocabulary related to job searching through social media.
Appreciate the social media and Internet’s role in job hunting.
Learn how to get the most out of Internet and social media in job hunting by using both traditional and online resources.
Learn your to protect your personal information and personal branding.

Requirements

  • No special requirements

Description

This course provides job hunters with tools of active job search. It highlights aspects such as the importance of self-knowledge, resumé writing, social media and job hunting, etc. and emphasizes on strategies for active job search.  

The course is structured as follows: in the first Unit, students will learn what it is the Job Hunting 2.0. The second Unit will teach students how to use of self-knowledge and self-evaluation skills. The third unit is focused on social media techniques and job hunting underlining profiles building. The fourth unit introduces techniques to develop a good resume. Finally, the fifth Unit, advice and recommendations on how to tackle a selection process.

Who this course is for:

  • EU Youth
  • Jobseekers
  • Higher education students
  • Vocational education and training students
  • Anyone who wants to improve their referrals and increase their employability
  • Unemployed people

Course content

5 sections5 lectures52m total length
  • Getting into Job Hunting 4.0
    07:10
  • Lecture 1. Final assessment
    10 questions

Instructor

European Personal Branding for Employment Project
Epbe Project
  • 3.8 Instructor Rating
  • 2,084 Reviews
  • 22,712 Students
  • 2 Courses

The EPBE proyect is funded under the call Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices – Strategic Partnerships for higher education (expedient number: 2015‐1‐ES01‐KA203‐016058). 

This project aim is to encourage employment among young students through the acquisition of digital skills using innovative and learner-centred pedagogical approaches and enhancing digital integration in learning, teaching, training and youth work at various levels: promoting access to and learning through Open Educational Resources (OER) in order to build up an on-line personal brand and using effectively job hunting 4.0 techniques. In particular, supporting teachers, trainers, and youth students and supporting digital integration in learning to reach audiences promoting effective job search, access to the labor market and the acquisition of a series of digital skills they can use throughout their careers.