Looking for a job? Spending lots of time on writing your resume? Don’t worry, today it may be enough for you to write just 140 character resume and your short resume can be simply “tweeted” on Tweeter. Also, it is no longer called “resume”. Nowadays, it is called “twesume”. Often times Twesume tweet is included with the hashtag #twesume or directly messaged to employee. “Twesume” is a contraction – blending of two words “Twitter” and “resume”. Even though the word has not been included into any dictionaries, twesume is a very popular practice. According to the CareerEnlightment.com statistics, 92% of hiring managers in 2010 used or planned to recruit via social networks.
However, compelling “sell yourself” 140 character resume is not enough to be considered as a potential employee for any of the companies. You also need to be sure that your profile looks professionally. Most employers are not that interested in your scuba diving pictures. They would rather see you as a professional in the pictures.