Many employers these days readily admit to scoping out the social media profiles of potential hires during the interview process. But what if all that Googling could be replaced with a single ID scan from a card you carry in your wallet?
It’s pretty common for companies to scout out the social media accounts of prospective hires — and now a new study from Northern Illinois University says Facebook profiles are actually a pretty good predictor of job performance.
Family dinners for one Minnesota clan probably got a lot more uncomfortable after an uncle was sued for posting embarrassing photos of his nephew on Facebook. Unfortunately for the embarrassed nephew, it seems that a district court says the lawsuit has no merit.
In Oregon last week, a 14-year-old boy driving a stolen passenger van lost control and slammed into a SUV, critically injuring the other driver. The teen fled the scene but was caught the next day after — get this — boasting about his escape on Facebook.
Although sharing our thoughts and feelings can be an important part of building friendships, a new study says people with low self-esteem who bombard friends with negative details about their lives on Facebook actually make themselves less likeable.
While it’s unclear exactly how much social media giant Facebook is worth — some have placed the value of the company between $75 – $100 billion — founder Mark Zuckerberg stands to become very, very rich now that the company filed for IPO on Wednesday. And on Thursday, the site went down for the first time in a while.
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