5 ways to sanitize your social media before hunting for jobs

According to research, most employers now use social media as part of their recruitment process. That means there are some things you may have posted that you would not want a potential employer to see.

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If you didn’t know that what you post on social media matters more than you think, well, now you do. And you’re welcome.

Even if you have cleaned up your act and are a completely different person from back in the days when you used to post pictures of yourself smoking weed, if the right steps are not taken, that past can follow you into this future and hurt you.

According to research, most employers now use social media as part of their recruitment process. That means there are some things you may have posted that you would not want a potential employer to see.

That’s where Pulse Tech comes in.

Here are 5 ways to clean up your social media before you start hunting for jobs:

You’re welcome.

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