The eternal task of finding a job has undergone a couple of huge transformations in the past few years. Around the turn of the millennium, Craigslist revolutionized the job hunt by taking a city’s worth of classified sections and condensing them into a single, easy-to-navigate web page. Now job hunting is undergoing another big shift – this time into the world of social media. A new breed of work searchers – call them ‘social job seekers’ – are utilizing the big social networks in ingenious ways in order to find their dream jobs, and so far they’re having great success. It turns out, the more you use a social network, the more likely you are to find a job through the service: 1 in 4 ‘super social seekers’ successfully nets work through Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn. The MBAs among us should take note – that degree won’t work the magic it used to, so it’s well worth it to utilize the most up-and-coming job seeking strategies in your hunt.