Social Media is the place to start when you are thinking about boosting your career in 2018.There are loads of fantastic articles, advice and free training on all the different platforms. So, today, I thought I would share my top 20 career experts you should all be following on Twitter. Of course, there are loads of fantastic Assistant industry experts on Twitter, and for sure, you should be following them (ahem @PracticalPA ahem). Today’s experts, however, are general career gurus and they all offer brilliant advice. Here are my top 20 career experts to follow on Twitter:

20 career experts to follow on Twitter

@hrbartender

Work place tips from the HR Bartender. They also have a great website offering career advice for everyone with a focus on HR.

@jobjenny

TWeets from Career guru Jenny Foss. If you thinking about starting a new job search then Jenny’s twitter profile is a great one to follow. She also tweets a lot of great articles from other sources on general career development.

@DannyHRubin

Author and public speaker on business communication, Danny Rubin, tweets a lot of great content on how to improve your business communication skills.

@AshleyStahl

Ashley is a coach, speaker and blogger on all things job and career related. She tweets great content from other sources on the internet along with inspirational quotes, thoughtful articles from her blog and lots of tips on getting paid what you are worth.

@ChelseaKrost

Millennial expert, entrepreneur, TV host, blogger, author and public speaker Chelsea Krost covers a lot of bases. But, her tweets are a mixture of behind the scenes footage, content from other sources, career advice, social media tips and a whole load of other stuff relating to the millennial generation.

@marieforleo

Maria Forleo is one of the leading life coaches in the States and her tweets cover all sorts of career and personal advice as well as links to her blogs and other influential writers.

@JulieMorgenstrn

Organisation and time management expert, Julie tweets loads of really useful stuff about productivity, time and task management.

@FastCompany

There are so many fantastic articles tweeted out by The Fast Company. If you are interested in the future of business, this twitter account is definitely one to follow.

@TheStepUpClub

A great Twitter account to follow for all things women in the workplace and loads of great shares around flexible working and knowing your worth.

@CareerBuilder

A great account to follow if you are job hunting and have to update all the paper work that comes with that (think CV, cover letter, LinkedIn profile).

@AdamMGrant 

Work Life balance expert and author. Adam is worth following if you want some advice on keeping on top of everything life has to through at you (and who doesn’t need some of that!)

@careersherpa 

Hannah at Career Sherpa gives great advice on career development, making yourself stand out on social media and networking.

@Absolutely_Abby

Abby is another great person to follow in Twitter for career advice and job searching. She writes for Forbes and speaks all over the world on career development.

@AlisonDoyle

Alison is a writer and career expert. She tweets a whole load of interesting stuff on job hunting, developing a career path and employment strategies.

@GetBullish

Get Bullish is offers ‘aggressive lady advice’ on careers, life, politics, social justice and everything in between. The account is funny, feminist and full of thought provoking links.

@skillcrush 

Digitial skills are the future peeps. Skill Crush have loads of really useful advice on how to update your IT skills and offer courses too.

@UndercoverRec

Still one of my favourite Twitter accounts. It is definitely for recruitment professionals but there are loads of great articles and tips for general office types. Especially helpful for Assistants who work with HR or look after recruitment and their office culture.

@heatherhuhman

Gen Y career expert. Heather shares loads of great articles on business, career development and the state of the business world.

@NotokThatsok

Workforce expert, speaker, writer and consultant Alison at Not Okay That’s Okay tweets some really useful stuff around salaries, workplace issues, career development and new skills.

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