Your resume isn't the only thing potential employers are looking at to evaluate you. Your Facebook page is becoming a part of your evaluation. So, what you post could affect you getting the job over someone else.
Express Employment said they did a study recently and found around 80% of employers are checking out a potential employee's Facebook pages.
The most important tip to remember is be conservative with what you post. You may also set your page to "private."
Express Employment Professionals
3662 Dauphin Street, Suite B
Mobile, AL 36608
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