To start today, I would like to remind you of the message from my last blog post because the impression that you give from your online profiles is very important. The first things that a potential employer looks at are your LinkedIn, Facebook, and other public social media profiles. That includes all of your profile pictures, photo albums, public messages, and other details. If you post anything that is personal and not professional, then it could cost you a great job.
You should also not post anything publicly about your personal relationships. First of all, that is not something that the whole world needs to know. Secondly, a potential employer does not want to see you spending a lot of time on your personal life when you are trying to find a job. Lastly, your marital status and orientation are protected by law. If you decide to post that information on a dating website or personal social media profile (like MySpace), then you cannot be discriminated against.
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