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Thursday, June 07, 2007

Should We Fear For Kids "Public" Lives?

The Wall Street Journal:

a quarter of human-resources decision makers had rejected job candidates because of personal information found online.

Parents are more reticent about revealing personal information on the Web, but teenagers and 20somethings seem to have no problem growing up in public. A report claims that nearly one-quarter of human-resources decision makers had rejected job candidates because of personal information found online. One of the most important background checks an employer can do these days is to Google prospective job candidates, and then scour the social-networking universe for their personal profiles.

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