It's 3am and you're awake, staring into the glow of your laptop computer.
It's been a month since you got the dreaded pink slip. You've had leads, even landed a few job interviews, but no job offers, not yet.
The unemployment rate in the state isn't great at 6.2 percent, and at least we're not auto-industry laden Michigan with its 12.9 percent jobless rate, but still. How to stand out against all those applicants? Isn't there a better way to land a job than to send 400 resumes to nondescript HR post offices boxes? And, by the way, how much do singing telegrams cost these days?
Then, you've got mail--e-mail, that is. It's from your mom. She asks if "this Facebook thing" is populated by ax murderers and child molesters and ice cream men and, if not, maybe it could help you in your job search.
The answer? Of course. How? Indeed.
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