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Job Seekers: Avoid Getting "Googled Out"
Does Google affect your chances of getting hired? You bet it does. Here's why you need to start taking responsibility for your online actions.
With the number of people we read about who get fired
You bet it does.
I've been part of search committees where in looking for a
Nick Corcodilos of Ask The Headhunter says you need to take accountability for what you do online as well as anywhere else. He says, "it fosters responsibility and, if your words have value, it builds credibility." Obviously, having seen prior posts and online activity come back to haunt some job candidates, I believe this is true.
The good news is that you can also swing this pendulum the
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