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It's harder than ever for recent graduates to break into the job market, but a strong personal brand can make you stand out from your peers and get employers to take notice. Here are 63 new and distinct identities to make your LinkedIn header, Twitter bio, or business card sizzle:

  1. Content Goblin
  2. Cloud Buddy
  3. Finance Ronin
  4. Self-Employer
  5. Coward
  6. Very Important Guy
  7. Collaborist Individuator
  8. Adult Prodigy
  9. Fisher of Mentions
  10. A Regular Johnny Instagram
  11. Conscientious Objectivist
  12. Russell Branding
  13. Social Justice Czar
  14. High School Drop-In
  15. Community Outreach Dominatrix
  16. Prince of Tides
  17. Vibrant Luminary
  18. Brown-noser/Brand-knower
  19. Gallery Slut
  20. Affirmative Actioneer
  21. Digital Zapatista
  22. TED Walker
  23. "Sandwich" "Artist"
  24. Pleasureman
  25. Leisure Junkie
  26. Freelancelot
  27. Moonchild
  28. Human Metaphor
  29. Traffic Cone
  30. Uniqueness-Haver
  31. College Boy
  32. Sexy Businesslady
  33. Beloved Backstabber
  34. Lookie-Loo
  35. Kind Soul
  36. Piss Evangelist
  37. Money Dad
  38. Bathroom Attendant
  39. Lie Truther
  40. Escapee
  41. Death in High Heels
  42. Laptop Fucker
  43. Design Crab
  44. Cross-Promotion Messiah
  45. Über-achiever
  46. Perpetual Intern
  47. Future New Money
  48. Tim Sales
  49. Steve Needs-A-Job
  50. Infantile
  51. Guerilla Distractivist
  52. A Weeping Sore Of Great Ideas
  53. Ancient Alien
  54. Office Idolator
  55. Basically Patrick Bateman
  56. Corporate Entity
  57. Larval CEO
  58. (The) Creator
  59. God's Gift To SEO
  60. Renaissance Savant
  61. King of the Andals and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, and Protector of the Realm
  62. Mischievous Imp