March is Women’s History Month, an annual observation dedicated to highlighting the contributions of women in history. The female presence in the workforce is increasing in just about every industry. With women working more, their earnings have become a growing share of the family income. For those currently looking for work, here are some strategies to employ during your job search.
Put your Social Skills to Work and Network Effectively
According to a Brandwatch blog, women are biologically wired for social networking. When it comes to the Internet, women are more engaged than men. Take advantage of your digital savvy and use the Internet, social media and job sites as the basis of your job search. The natural charisma, articulation, and grace of women can be powerful tools of persuasion. Show off your confidence by creating conversations, leading groups, and attending multiple in-person networking events. LinkedIn is a forum for connecting and networking. There are many helpful groups that you could join to interact with like-minded people. All-women networking groups have cropped up in recent years and can be easily found through LinkedIn.