It doesn’t seem like a big deal at the time; you upload a photo to Facebook from a party you went to that got a bit out of hand, you compose a Tweet that you maybe should have put some more thought into before hitting send. It’s only later, as you’re furiously sending out resumes and cover letters, eager to secure a job in the field you’re passionate about, that the problems start.
Could your social media profiles be killing your career? It’s definitely possible. After all, 69% of employers say that they’ve rejected candidates based on their social media activity.
To help with this problem, Distilled put together a piece for Michael Page where you can optimize four social media channels and make sure that you don’t lose out on that all-important job.