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Photos on Facebook, throwing your name away with some drunken, ludicrous stunt, dressed like a tart, boobs and booze... do you think this winyou credibility in the job hunt? This great article by Erika Ayala has some thought provoking information.

Are you a fan of social networking sites? Did you know that these can affect greatly your chances of landing a job or even keeping it?

We don't know but when we apply, some employers like to browse the web. It doesn't mean that if they're busy corporate individuals, they aren't allowed to Google. As a matter of fact, there are tons of them who Google their applicants and find them at social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, even your blogs.

This can ruin all your hard work. Those beautiful answers to your job interview can be in vain or your well written resume and cover letter will all be in vain. Just a click can change their minds. As you can see, it's all right to enter these social sites to meet friends and interact with your old ones. But, if you reveal too much, it can affect your chances of getting a job in the future.

Well, not all employers do this. Only some of them resort to this type of method. These are companies who wish to watch their reputation. By having irresponsible people in their firms, this can greatly damage them. If they stumble upon your page and find something they don't like, chances are, you should wave goodbye to your possible job offer.

So, keep in mind that when having an account in these sites, you should never forget to watch what you type in your profile or what pictures to upload. You never know who's looking at them. In fact, you should just keep your page private until you're sure to get hired.

Want to know more about what employers are thinking when they read your resume or look at you during your interview? Check out this site on job interview tips.

If you wish to know more about other job hunting tips and career management advice, check out this blog site on Philippine jobs.

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Working on Yachts and Superyachts - Testimonials

  - Hi Jen, It's John's mum!!!! If you can send me the link for the book, I can download it onto this computer and copy it onto a disc maybe and send it to him. What do you think? He learnt a lot from the last book and so did I. It was great. He is down there now and is doing all the things you suggested. He even has a day job for today and tomorrow washing someones boat . I hope he gets into the engineering side of thins as that is where he wants to be. He is going to do the SWRC (or whatever its called!!) next week.Five Star average Amazon rating

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