More people follow Britney Spears and Ashton Kutcher on Twitter than live in the countries of Sweden, Israel, Switzerland, Ireland, Norway or Panama. Clearly, there is a large population of people out there ready and able to connect.
Some Twitter users are only tweeting in order to know what Justin Bieber ate for dinner, but others are part of a growing group--a group that uses Twitter as a Human Resources outlet to hunt for potential employees and employers. Throwing out a message like the one above could grab this group's attention.
This approach to job hunting is becoming increasingly popular. While not everyone is able to effectively market himself or herself on the Internet, others are proving it is possible to tweet your way to a job.