May 31 Posted 2 years ago
Interesting article Sarah and the fact that young people are more likely to alter their profiles to appeal to friends rathe than employees is interesting. My question however is the reliability of the data. I really can't imagine many employers being up front and saying to an applicant "We really liked you, but because of your social media activities we decided not to hire you". I can't imagine that applicants are routinely given this reason for being unsuccessful, though of course I may be wrong!
Certainly interesting, but not sure on how robust the data is :)
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