“If getting a job wasn’t hard enough in this tough economic climate, young people are getting rejected from employment because of their social media profiles and they are not concerned about it,” explained Sarah Quinn, ODR’s marketing manager.
More than 60% of the participants claimed that they aren’t concerned about how social media could affect their prospective job postings. Hence, it will not change how they interact with social networks.
The survey also found that most young people design their social media profiles to appeal to their friends rather than prospective employers.
Source: The Daily Caller