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From Graduate to Employee: Time for a Spring Cleaning? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Today, social media plays a big part in the lives of students and graduates. By the time they start looking for their first job, they will have posted hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of messages and photos including ones from their best friend’s drunken pool party or their crazy aunt’s jungle themed fancy dress ball.

As most HR teams are using social media as a part of their recruitment strategy, it’s essential for jobseekers nowadays to have a think about their personal social media game plan.

What are the big No-No’s? What are some easy wins? And what makes you stand out from the crowd?

The graduate recruitment team at law firm Osborne Clarke has compiled some tips to help students and graduates clear up their social media past and have a professional looking presence on the web.

Is it time for a social media spring clean? Get inspiration from some of social media’s big successes (and fails!).

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