Career Corner: Is Your Best Face Forward on Facebook?
[Source: Business News Daily]
What you post on social media could have serious repercussions on your professional life. It could cost you your current job or future job opportunities.
According to a 2018 CareerBuilder survey, 70% of employers use social media to screen candidates during the hiring process, and about 43% of employers use social media to check on current employees.
Employers look at social media accounts for an array of reasons, but many want to make sure a candidate will be a good fit with their company.
“Because we tend to view our personal social media accounts as being ‘personal,’ there’s a good chance that by viewing someone’s profile, you’ll get a glimpse into their personality beyond the resume,” said DeeAnn Sims, founder of Dark Horse PR.
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