Which of these best describes your attitude about reputation?
“It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation, and only one bad one to lose it”
“I wrote the story myself. It’s about a girl who lost her reputation and never missed it.”
A recent survey claims that 1 in 5 employers in the USA check up on candidates via social networks. Should you be worried about your reputation online?
8 findings that are scaring companies away
According to this article about the survey, “the top areas of concern found on social networking sites include:
1. Information about alcohol or drug use (41% of managers said this was a top concern)
2. Inappropriate photos or information posted on a candidate’s page (40%)
3. Poor communication skills (29%)
4. Bad-mouthing of former employers or fellow employees (28%)
5. Inaccurate qualifications (27%)
6. Unprofessional screen names (22%) (a classic resume mistake)
7. Notes showing links to criminal behavior (21%)
8. Confidential information about past employers (19%)”
You can find 4 tips on what should you do before someone Google’s your name at Jobmob.
Scrubbing Your Online Reputation
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