How Social Profiles Can Help You Land or Lose Your Job [INFOGRAPHIC

How to Make the Right Impressions From Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn

92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting.

It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles. Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to:

47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption
78% – References to doing illegal drugs
66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature
61% – Profanity in posts/tweets
54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets

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  1. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  2. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  3. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  4. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  5. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  6. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  7. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  8. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  9. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  10. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for recruiting. It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles.   Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets   Source: http://ijustdid.org/2012/09/social-affects-jobs  [...]

  11. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and most importantly, LinkedIn.    It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles. Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets  [...]

  12. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and most importantly, LinkedIn.    It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles. Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets  [...]

  13. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and most importantly, LinkedIn.    It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles. Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets  [...]

  14. [...] 92 percent of employers and recruiters use social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and most importantly, LinkedIn.    It is therefore important to make a good impression when you’re being looked at on your social profiles. Below are some of the things that recruiters are likely to react negatively to: 47% – Picturees of alcohol consumption78% – References to doing illegal drugs66% – Posts/tweets of a sexual nature61% – Profanity in posts/tweets54% – Spelling/grammar errors in posts/tweets  [...]

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