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Job recruiters use social networks

In a competitive job market, applicants are coming up with creative ways of standing out. But could someone be rejected just for posting 'inappropriate' holiday photos on Facebook? With 93% of job recruiters using social media to evaluate candidates, it's a real possibility.

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