And do you really want a silly Facebook comment preventing you from getting a job?When you begin the job search, take the time to look at your online reputation.

Before hiring someone, most employers search for that person on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, Instagram, Linked In, etc.

Yes, your private life is different that your work life, and you should be able to say what you want online in your free time -- but not everyone sees it that way.

When you're looking for a new job, you need to put your best foot forward at all times.

But with today's world of social media, it's not always what you say, but what you've said that matters -- and that includes online!

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