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Your Online Past Could Kill Your Job Search

Poll any group of college students in any classroom, with a quick show of hands, and you will see that more than 90% use some kind of social networking site.

Of course there are lots of students who protect their online image, aware that prospective employers may be checking out their public profiles.

However, there are many other students who continue to place compromising photos and comments online.
If there was ever a testimonial about how an online persona can affect your future career, read about this Pennsylvania teacher who has been suspended because of personal photos on Facebook.
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