Infographic: Social Media Guidelines For Student And New Grad Job Seekers

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Should you or shouldn’t you?

Friend, follow or connect with your boss and co-workers online, that is.

In some ways, it could help your career – you’ll develop a deeper connection with your colleagues. However, if you’re not careful, you could end up getting in trouble or even being fired for something you say or do online.

Check out this infographic for some best practices when it comes to using social media either during your job hunt or once you’ve landed your first entry level job as a young professional:

Compiled by: OnlineDegrees.org

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Cassandra Jowett is TalentEgg's Content Manager. She joined the team as a student intern in the summer of 2008, and since then her heart has never really left the Egg Carton. Cassandra is a recent graduate of the Ryerson University School of Journalism, where she earned a Bachelor of Journalism with a focus in writing and editing for newspapers. She has also written and edited for The Globe and Mail, The National Post, t.o.night newspaper and other publications.