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Submitted by Vyralize 529d ago | article

Refresh your social networks, your future job could depend on it

Vyralize: Ever looked back at your Facebook or Twitter profiles and wondered what you were thinking when you made those posts? Your future employers may be doing the same. (Facebook, Services, Twitter, Web)

Vyralize  +   529d ago
Damn social networks!
biRdy  +   529d ago
Damn people who post stupid stuff on social networks!
Legion  +   529d ago
Who uses their own name on social networks? Idiots...
Tultras  +   529d ago
Are you serious?
Legion  +   529d ago
Of course I am serious. You should if anything use a nickname or something less directly identifiable. Do you use your real name here on TechSpy? No... because that wouldn't be too prudent or safe.
Tultras  +   528d ago
but tech spy isn't a social network. -.-
GraveLord  +   529d ago
Social people.
fatstarr  +   529d ago
people get so paranoid.

live your life and do what you want.

people really become nuns to get jobs now a days. when most of the time they arent qualified for the jobs they are looking for.

never give out key info like your social network handles or anything like that either
adorie  +   528d ago
People are paranoid for a reason... live our lives? Heck, you ever seen fenced off areas of land and wonder what it belongs to? The Gov. Sure as hell isn't us that is a government body, that's for sure.

We can't go where we want, we can't do anything we want.
Drones, spying on in/out packets, hideous legislation wanting to spy on my text messages... paranoid. Ok.

Independent media was reporting how police in various jurisdictions were violating American rights, during the occupy movement, shame, the movement was shortlived due to infiltration by people who depend on the system too much and would rather see people united go down in flames and watch corruption continue it's tenure.

I'm done here. Call me paranoid, it's a label that is easily peeled off by a laugh.

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