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What’s considered “young?” Anyone who falls in the age range of 16 to 34. <wipes brow> New research from ondevice showed that one in 10 people surveyed have been rejected for a job because of their social media presence. And, the majority (two-thirds) are not concerned that their use may harm future career prospects.
The Young People’s Consumer Confidence (YPCC) Indexsurveyed 6,000 16 to 34 year olds across six countries and major findings showed that:
Here’s a breakdown of what social networks young adults are using around the world:
You can view the entire report, here.
Sarah is the owner of Sevans Strategy a new media consultancy and founder of digital lifestyle media outlet FAVES + CO. It’s her personal mission—to engage and employ the use of emerging technologies in all communication—that connects her with a rapidly growing base of more than 120,000 people. A self-described “social media freak,” Sarah initiated and moderates #journchat, the weekly live chat between PR professionals, journalists and bloggers on the microblogging platform, Twitter. She shares her social media and tech favorites on Sarah's Faves (sarahsfav.es) as well as a daily resource for PR professionals called Commentz. Sarah previously worked with a local crisis center to raise more than $161,000 via social media and is a team member of the Guiness Book World Record holding #beatcancer. She can be seen in the February 2010 edition of Vanity Fair's America's Tweethearts, Forbes' 14 Power Women to Follow on Twitter and Entrepreneur's Top 10 Hot Startups of 2010.