Looking For A New Job? Avoid These Social Media Mistakes
You love Instagraming and tweeting, but did you know that what you share on your social media could damage you professionally? According to careerbuilder.com, about half of employers who research prospective hires have decided not to hire someone based on something they’ve found online. If you’ve created the perfect resume and still can’t seem to catch a break, maybe it’s time to take a look at your social media accounts for these red flags.
1. Inappropriate Pics
This should be a no-brainer, yet there’s still plenty of stories about people missing out on a job opportunity because their photos show them carrying on in some unseemly behavior. Something that seems cute or funny to you and your friends might not play as well with your potential employer. Err on the side of caution and forgo those sexy selfies.