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  2. All good suggestions. I’d add the idea “create content” — people who are hiring often look for evidence of thought leadership and original ideas in the people they hire. You can stand out and get noticed through creating blog posts, videos, slide shows and other content, and distributing this through social media. Better yet, put your content onto your online platforms, such as LinkedIn. The “Posts” function on LinkedIn is a great way to get noticed outside your network, remind people inside your network what you have to offer, and to catch the eye of anyone who hears about you and checks your profile. What role do you think that content creation plays in getting noticed on social media?

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