Are you looking to make a career change or level up in your career? One way to get your mind back into job search mode is to follow content creators and educators online that focus on career development and career transitions.
While there are tons of Instagram accounts that offer career and education tips, we love to find creators who really know what they’re talking about and can offer more personalized and specific career advice.
Here’s our list of 5 career educators to watch this year on Instagram if you’re interested in making a career change, breaking into tech, or leveling up in your career:
Samantha works in tech and shares how others can join the tech world, and what she is learning working in tech. Follow her for great tips on breaking into tech, transitioning careers, and how to build a career you’re happy with.
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Diana has created an online community to support Latinas who are breaking into tech or changing careers. Follow her for financial literacy tips, open roles you should apply to, and more on how to get the career you want.
Nelo is a career tech coach, and her account focuses on transitioning into a tech career. Follow her for tips on working in data, what tech roles you should consider, and what you need to do to prepare for your job change aspirations.
Shoshanna, otherwise known as the fairy job mother, is here to help young professionals start their career and continue to grow professionally! Follow this account if you’re looking for interview advice, how to succeed on the job, and what to look out for as you are navigating your office and work culture no matter what role you have.
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