Here’s a warning to the 57 percent of the 500 juniors and seniors in college polled by social media reputation-protection utility Persona who do not believe they have inappropriate content on Facebook: 69 percent of job recruiters have rejected candidates based on content found on Facebook and other social networks.
Social Jobs Partnership
How does the Social Jobs Partnership application Facebook launched with several partners last November stack up when compared with LinkedIn? One of the social network’s partners in the initiative, Work4Labs, compared the two in the infographic below.
Facebook announced the launch Wednesday of a jobs board application from the Social Jobs Partnership, a collaboration between the social network, the Department of Labor, the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the DirectEmployers Association, and the National Association of State Workforce Agencies.