By Juliet Soh
I don't usually "shamelessly" promote JobsCentral on this space, but hey - since we're running a few pretty awesome campaigns on Facebook at the moment, I thought I should attempt to convince those of you who aren't fans yet to like us. Here are 5 reasons why you should:
1. We share job openings everyday
I know it's tough to be looking at job portals while you're in the office (unless you're working at a job portal like I do). By informing you of job openings through Facebook, you can now discreetly check out opportunities, without getting your bosses suspicious of the plans you're making.
2. We share interesting articles
Want to know how much fresh graduates are earning these days according to the latest survey by MOE? Wondering if there are new policies related to your CPF that are announced today? These will be shared with our fans so they're never left out of the loop.
3. We're funny too...
Comics, jokes and light-hearted readings... it's not surprising that people come to us to fight Monday blues, because we understand that you need a laugh from time to time.
4. We reward you constantly
Just a few days ago, we gave away $100 to the winner of our Meme contest, where participants created memes about their jobs. And now we have a new campaign giving away $200 in all! The ongoing campaign now rewards the person who refers the most number of his/her friends to like us. The new fan stands a chance to win cash too. Check out our Facebook page for the details.
5. We really like you too
Have a burning about how to use our site? Want to know when's our career fair happening? Wondering about our next Learning deal? We allow our fans to make comments and ask questions on our page and we strive to attend to you as soon as we can.
If you're convinced, visit our page and click on that "Like" button.
P/S: And if Twitter is your poison, follow us at @JobsCentralSG
Juliet heads the Content team in JobsCentral, which takes care of the social media platforms. "Like" the JobsCentral Facebook page so she and her team won't be out of jobs.