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An MBA is a terrific addition to your CV, but when it comes to finding someone to hire you, even a handful of advanced degrees won’t do you much good if nobody knows you’re out there.

Not too long ago the Internet was where you went to post your resume on a job site and maybe send out a few query emails a day. Today, like most other areas of life in the 21st century, job searching has gone social.

Online social networks are quickly becoming one of the most common mediums for finding work. Job hunters are piggybacking on the easy access to companies and other professionals that Facebook and Twitter provide to seek employment, while LinkedIn has arisen as the inevitable marriage between recreational socializing and all-business networking.

Millions of Americans are finding success through these avenues. Check out the following infographic for the incredible stats, plus a few tips for landing a job through the social mediaverse:

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