How to protect your professional reputation as more businesses use social networking to check out job applicants
As graduation rapidly approaches, students have been frantically searching for work after college. And while they’ve likely bought a new, more professional wardrobe for upcoming interviews, such a move isn’t the only necessarily course of post-grad action. More and more colleges are now suggesting that students also give their social networking pages a second look as well
As The Valley Vanguard, the student paper for Saginaw Valley State University, reports, employers now use sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter to learn more about their applicants, since those sites have made it very easy for friends-and employers-to find one another.
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