Social career management: Social media and employability skills gap

  title={Social career management: Social media and employability skills gap},
  author={Vladlena Benson and Stephanie Morgan and Fragkiskos Filippaios},
  journal={Computers in Human Behavior},
Social capital theorists have established decades ago that better connected people do better in life. The emergence of online social networking sites have given a new impetus to building and exploiting connections for career management. While professionals acknowledge that social networking is essential for business and development, new graduates coming into the corporate world are not equipped with the uptodate skill set. Through the lens of the improved employability objectives, this paper… CONTINUE READING
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