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Haven’t had any luck finding job postings that fit your criteria? Increase your efforts in the social aspect of social media. 

You may need to engage more on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook. It can be tempting to observe from a distance, but you will get so much more out of it if you join in.
 
Participate in a discussion or start a conversation. By doing this, you let others know things about yourself that may not be on your profile. 

You will gain more meaningful contacts through interacting actively.

Building a strong social media network can take time, so be patient and keep at it. Sometimes career search progress comes down to the Small Steps

It may be best to start by picking one site, such as LinkedIn, and focus your efforts there. If you have a personal Facebook account that you’re already comfortable using, you can practice by viewing friends and companies you have liked from a networking perspective.