Social Media Clean Up | Tips for Students and Job Seekers

For all of you searching for a new job or even applying to colleges, this is the time to get a head start on spring cleaning your social media. What you post online can have some serious consequences. Etiquette expert Akilah Easter joined us today to break it all down.

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7 thoughts on “Social Media Clean Up | Tips for Students and Job Seekers”

  1. Sherry Cox says:

    "I recommend this guide:
    So grateful it exists in 2020."

  2. maxim maxim says:

    Many thanks, been searching for "social media jobs nj entry level" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you ever come across – Tanathan Hyperstorm Social – (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my colleague got great success with it.

  3. glen glen says:

    Fake news exists you do not need so many social platforms for news. There are newspapers and radio updates, people are so reliant on social media that they can’t exist without them.

  4. Glenn Zarmanov says:

    it's all about who knows YOU. the right person has to tap you in order for you to shortcut and rise through the ranks.

  5. The Cynical Christian says:

    Yeah if an employer doesn't like Jews, just go to FB, to fish for your discrimination. . .

  6. The Cynical Christian says:

    The same employers that fire people for having a beer, are the same idiots having extra-marital affairs and laundering tax funds.

  7. The Cynical Christian says:

    Cyberstalking is actually a crime in Texas, under the Electronic Communications Act of 2001.

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