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  • 9 Ways job seekers can avoid disaster on social media

    Huffington Post - 07/22/2014

    “It is critical that all your online activities are consistent with your professional brand. They have become part of your professional presence, and need to be consistent, positive and professional,” said Lynne Sarikas, director of the MBA Career Center at Northeastern University’s D’Amore McKim School of Business. “You carefully edit and proof your résumé and cover letter — don’t overlook the social media component of your brand. It requires significant attention as well.”

    Here are nine steps you should follow to ensure your social media activity doesn’t kill your chances of landing a job.

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