Watch out, Monster.com, Twitter is becoming a job board.
Last year TweetMyJobs, an online job service, started connecting job seekers and employers by tweeting job openings. On Tuesday, the company announced that its services recently helped IHG, the world's largest hotel group, receive 18,000 highly targeted views of an available 1,000 positions.
A new CareerBuilder survey reveals that prospective employers use social networks more than ever to check out job applicants--45% of them--and they use Facebook more than LinkedIn. What's even more interesting is how they're using personal info to reject your applications.
Everyone knows that if your team isn't in the Super Bowl, the biggest (perhaps only) reason to watch are the commercials. Some companies have decided to leak their own Super Bowl spots online so ad geeks have something to drool over before Sunday night. Fast Company has just about all of the currently available spots right here. Keep in mind, each of these commercials cost their companies $3 million to run.
Fast Companyfeatured this video yesterday, which features three enormous NFL players pirouetting and dancing with lizards.