In my role at EMC these days I'm lucky enough to be able to truly help people's lives as we transform into the ultimate place to work.
In the last few weeks and days, I've had fun helping people in a new way: building connections that should help people find jobs faster. For icing on top, these activities also help to build EMC community, brand, and business results ... all for free.
So if you need a job, have job leads and career tips, or if you just like to stay close to what's happening at EMC -- consider following EMCCareers on Twitter and fanning EMC Careers on Facebook. Share your job leads and ideas, connect with others with similar interests, and we'll do the same.
(Anyone interested in working at EMC should also visit EMC.com/careers, upload your resume, and set up an alert agent, so we can easily find each other when the right position opens up.)
I look forward to getting to know you even better.
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Who do you think should we be "fanning" and "following" so we can be sure we're hooked up with the top movers and shakers when it comes to connecting people with jobs and enhancing their careers?