Here are 23 career experts to follow on Twitter:
@AdamMGrant: Adam Grant is a New York Times bestselling author and also hosts a weekly podcast called WorkLife with Adam Grant. He tweets on the topics of work and psychology.
@AlisonDoyle: Alison Doyle is the go-to expert for anyone wanting someone who knows her stuff and has the experience to back it up. Her tweets are timely and cover a wide variety of topics. She’ll tell you if you really need a cover letter, what the best jobs for psychology majors are, and whether or not your tattoos might be impacting your job search.
@AshleyStahl: Ashley Stahl seeks to help job seekers land their dream job or start a new business—and get paid what they’re worth. She tweets on the topics of job hunting and interviewing, mixing in some inspirational quotes as well.
@AvidCareerist: Donna Svei is the writer behind AvidCareerist, tweeting and writing about job search advice for executives. She also provides executives with resume writing and LinkedIn profile writing services.
@BrigidSchulte: Brigid Schulte is an award-winning writer and journalist. She tweets on the topics of gender inequality, and effective and healthy work habits.
@CareerBliss: CareerBliss is an online career community sharing information about company reviews, salaries, hiring trends, job listings, and interview tips. Their tweets will let you know what the happiest highest paying jobs are and how to boost your job satisfaction at work.
@CareerPivot: Marc Miller of CareerPivot focuses on helping older workers with “pivoting” or moving into a new career in the second half of life. You’ll find advice on changing careers, building your network, and working together with other generations.
@CareerSherpa: CareerSherpa, also known as Hannah Morgan, provides social media strategy tips for job seekers. CareerSherpa’s tweets focus on online visibility and and to use social media to your advantage during a job search.
@ErinKennedyCPRW: Erin Kennedy has quite the list of qualifications: certified executive resume writer and career consultant, the CEO of Professional Resume Services, Inc, and writer and contributor of 16 bestselling career books. Her tweets provide great resume and job searching advice.
@FlexJobs: Of course we’re going to include ourselves on the list! An award-winning site for flexible jobs of all kinds, FlexJobs also offers job search tips, webinars, and career advice articles that we tweet about many times a day. And while you’re at it, consider following our in-house senior career specialist Brie Reynolds, @briewreynolds.
@JacobShare: Referring to himself as a job search expert and creative thinker, Jacob Share runs the JobMob blog where blogs on all sorts of topics related to work and job searching.
@JobHuntOrg: Susan P. Joyce is behind the blog job-hunt.org where you’ll find posts about job scams, personal branding, successful job interviews, and more. Her Twitter is a great way to easily connect to newly posted blog posts.
@JTODonnell: J.T. O’Donnell, CEO and founder of WorkItDaily.com, offers career and job search information on a variety of topics. She has 15 years of experience in HR, recruiting, and career coaching.
@KathrynDill: Kathryn Dill is the careers editor for CNBC and previously wrote for Forbes. She tweets on the topic of careers, along with current events and political topics.
@KaytieZimms: Kaytie Zimmerman created and writes for the Optimistic Millennial blog, which she “designed to be a space where young adults can find resources that help them overcome financial and career related obstacles to adulthood.” Her tweets are also geared towards a millennial audience.
@KerriTwigg: Kerri Twigg offers a unique approach to finding work: using your story, or what she calls your “career stories.” Kerri’s tweets can help you find and communicate your values to land that ideal job.
@KerryHannon: Kerry Hannon is a speaker, expert, and writer on the topics of career, entrepreneurship, and personal finance. Her tweets share great career advice, along with photos and information about her speaking engagements.
@LindseyPollak: This “millennial advocate” and author of Becoming the Boss offers tips on using LinkedIn, secrets of non-verbal communication, and information and advice for millennial leaders.
@LollyDaskal: Lolly Daskal is a heart-based leadership consultant and founder of the global consultancy Lead from Within. Her tweets offer guidance on leading with questions and the language of leadership.
@MiriamSalpeter: Miriam Salpeter is a job search and social media consultant who provides job search coaching, social media training, and resume writing advice. Recent tweets offer personal branding tips and how to create a side business from your hobbies.
@PhyllisMufson: Career and personal transformation coach Phyllis Mufson wants to help people grow personally and professionally—and it shows in her tweets. She shares interesting tidbits about keeping momentum in your job search, as well as plenty of content she retweets to make sure you don’t miss a thing.
@RealEvilHRLady: Suzanne Lucas is a career advice and HR writer and speaker, writing most recently for Inc. She describes her writing as having “a little bit of snark.”
@_workingmother_: Most women know that Working Mother magazine provides excellent work, life, and home advice for working moms through their magazine, but the same friend-to-friend and woman-to-woman advice is available online! Tweets cover topics from acing your next job interview to weeknight pizza recipes to heading back to work after baby.
by Rachel Jay, FlexJobs Editor and Writer