Businesses across Europe are being invited to sign up for the 2016 virtual #JobFair, which will take place on Thursday 19 May. The online fair brings together employers and job hunters across Europe in a one-of-a-kind networking event.
Whatever you do for a living — or whatever you’d like to do — you can utilize Twitter to build your professional profile and network, hunt for jobs, or simply tune in to the latest news and conversations about your industry.
Twitter is a platform where some wonderful stories have unfolded over the last ten years. We wanted to highlight just a few that have made an impact in the UK as we mark our tenth birthday.
We hope the range of stories collected here points to the different ways that Twitter connects people to the world around them. Whether it is breaking news, campaigns for social change, books, the land, or the food we eat, it is all happening on Twitter.
England have the opportunity to secure a Grand Slam this weekend, in what has already been a hugely successful Six Nations on the field and on Twitter.
We wanted to see which of the nation’s have been dominating tournament conversation, so we re-ranked the Six Nations table based on Tweet mentions. As it happens, going into the final weekend our Twitter table perfectly mirrors the actual tournament standings: