Twitter can be a great tool to use while looking for your new career. You can find awesome articles on interviewing, where to look for a job, tips on networking, the best places to find an internship, and really any other topic surrounding your career. Another advantage is that you can follow career experts to learn about additional resources to help you along the way. Below are 15 influential men I recommend following during your job search:

Russell Dalgleish
1. Russell Dalgleish   (@RussellExolta)
Russell always shares interesting tweets about startups and entrepreneurship. Plus, he’s held some pretty impressive titles including Managing Partner, Chairman, Investor, and Founder at reputable organizations such as Exolta, WeAreTheFuture, and MBN Solution… so you know he has some good advice.

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Andrew LaCivita
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2. Andrew LaCivita   (@arlacivita)
Andrew is the CEO of MileWalk, a blogger, speaker, author, and an International Top 100 Recruitment Executive. He also has an awesome blog with articles focusing on interviewing, social media, company culture, setting goals, job happiness, networking, and the job search.

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Jacob Share
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3. Jacob Share   (@jacobshare)
Jacob is the founder of JobMob, a job search expert, professional blogger, creative thinker, and even shares great advice on Twitter. Definitely check out his feed if you’re interested in any topics ranging from job search tools, funny recruitment ads, interviewing advice, and resume writing mistakes.

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Dan Schawbel
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4. Dan Schawbel   (@danschawbel)
Dan is the Founder of WorkplaceTrends and Millennial Branding. He is also a New York Times Bestselling Author, Keynote Speaker, and Career/ Workplace Expert. Dan’s Twitter feed is a great place for young professionals to find helpful information while looking for a new career.

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Chris Russell
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5. Chris Russell   (@chrisrussell)
Chris is the founder of CareerCloud, a social recruiting start-up that aims at connecting job seekers with employers through social and mobile technology. He is also known as the “mad scientist of online recruiting” and consistently posts informative articles through his Twitter account.

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Darren Rowse
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6. Darren Rowse   (@problogger)
If you’re going down the entrepreneur route and thinking about starting your own blog, Darren’s your guy! He always shares helpful tweets on blogging tools, growing your readership, writing awesome blog posts, plus anything else you can think of on creating a successful blog.

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Marc Miller
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7. Marc Miller   (@CareerPivot)
Marc focuses on helping Baby Boomers during the job search; however, his tweets are great for anyone looking to land a new job. Plus, his website has an awesome blog with over a dozen helpful categories including: networking, personal branding, entrepreneurship, career insanity, and social media.

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MarkBabbitt
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8. Mark Babbitt   (@MarkSBabbitt)
Mark is the CEO of YouTern which connects young professionals to high-impact internships and mentors. His Twitter feed always links back to interesting articles relating to the job search, productivity, interviewing, networking, plus other tips to help you while looking for a new career.

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JasonAlba
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9. Jason Alba   (@jasonalba)
Jason is the Founder of JibberJobber, a job search organizer and personal relationship manager. When Jason was laid off in 2006, he was inspired by his own job search to create a tool to help other while they look for a new career. Now, you can find all sorts of insightful information regarding the job search on Jason’s Twitter feed.

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Greg Savage
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10. Greg Savage   (@greg_savage)
Although Greg’s Twitter feed is directed more towards recruiters, a lot of the information he shares is relevant to job seekers as well. With over thirty years of recruitment experience, and being known as a leader of the global recruitment industry, Greg knows what he’s talking about. Plus, I always find his tweets witty and insightful.

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DarrylDioso
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11. Darryl Dioso   (@DarrylRMSG)
Darryl is a Job Interview Coach and Executive Recruiter who is always posting awesome content on Twitter. With new posts every few hours focusing on recruitment, interviewing, networking, and the job search, Darryl’s Twitter feed definitely has great information for job seekers.

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Steven Rothberg
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12. Steven Rothberg (@stevenrothberg)
Steven is the President of College Recruiter, a leading niche job board connecting recent grads and student to great careers. Plus, his Twitter account always has interesting articles making it a great resource for young professional looking for a new career.

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The Job Guy
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13. The Job Guy   (@betterjobsearch)
I love The Job Guy and have been following him since I created my Twitter account. He consistently posts interesting articles on the job search, entrepreneurship, resume writing, interviewing, awesome quotes, plus so much more. If you are looking for a new career, his Twitter feed is a great resource to follow.

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Andy Beal
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14. Andy Beal   (@AndyBeal)
Andy is an online reputation management consultant, award-winning blogger, noted online reputation management speaker, and professional speaker. As an experienced online marketing consultant and analyst, Andy always posts great advice on how to utilize social media when marketing yourself.

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Dr. Woody
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15. Dr. Woody   (@DrWoody)
Dr. Woody, PhD, is an organizational psychologist, CEC certified coach, and media personality who aims at helping you create a healthier more blended work-life experience. He also makes sure to keep his Twitter feed interesting, informative.. plus he always uses great graphics!


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6 Comments

  1. Nice to be included, but even nicer to discover some new people worth following. Thanks Marianna

  2. These are great to know about. Are there any influential women?

  3. Trying to understand the “man list” idea. Why not have men and women on the list together? It is an industry where men and women work together …

    • That’s a great question!

      I’ve worked within the recruitment and staffing industry since I graduated from college. As a young entrepreneur, I have always loved following amazing, successful women within our industry. They were part of my inspiration to follow my gut and start my own company. I wrote The 20 Most Influential Women to Follow on Twitter this summer and realized I shouldn’t leave out the guys! So that sparked this new article. : )

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