If You Want A Job Then Watch Your Bebohaviour

The rise of social network sites like MySpace, Bebo and Facebook means that it’s easier than ever before to add and access information about yourself and others using the Internet.

Suzanne Cameron, Senior Commercial Consultant of Carlton Resource Solutions advises jobseekers and employers to tread carefully through the social networking quagmire: “If you are applying for a job consider the information that you have posted online and if you might want a potential employer eyeballing you. Likewise, employers should take information on websites with a pinch of salt as often it’s someone’s alter ego and not the real person.”

According to an Internet Project survey by Pew, 44% of all adult users have added information to the Internet in some form.

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