Back while I was still in university I decided to start writing about career advice. Because, you know, who doesn't want career advice from someone who is still in full-time education and hasn't yet been through the tribulations of a full-time job? Granted, I was working in the Career Development Centre so I was ever-so-slightly qualified to hand out advice but not as much someone who actually had a career. But alas, we all go through stages when we give out advice that we are not qualified to speak on.
5. BUT, you still need to be active online
While I know there's recruiters out there who would hire someone who didn't use social media in their own personal life, I would 100% not consider it.
But your online activity doesn't necessarily have to be a blog: it could just be a stylish Instagram with several hundred followers, an active Twitter with hilarious tweets, a regularly updated YouTube channel, or maybe you love posting in forums! Just as long as you love all things online and internet.