The Rise Of Social Media Resumes [Infographic]

These days, job seekers push a button and have a social background check on you within minutes. Now some people take that as a bad thing, changing their name or going off the grid, but your social livelihood might just win you a job. Job seekers today, like seeing a presence on social media, as long as you keep those spring break, Cancun pics private. A positive well manicured social presence holds many great qualities, it shows your with the times and current events, your following says a lot about social interaction and how people recept you. The problem is treating your social outlets like a resume, checking grammer, holding off on profanity and doing a clean sweep on pictures of you doing keg stands. Unless you’re striving to become a paid keg stander.


Source: onlinecolleges.com

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