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Facebook Activities Haunting Job Seekers

Facebook Activities Haunting Job Seekers

Facebook Activities Haunting Job Seekers

According to research conducted by CareerBuilder, social networking poses a serious threat to job seekers who have posted inappropriate information about themselves. With so many IT workers taking advantage of sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter these days, tech geeks need to keep future interviewers in mind before bragging about their beer pong champion status or posting crazy pictures.

By Ericka Chickowski

See also: Using Social Nets in Your Job Search.

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