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These days, Facebook is more than just a way to keep in touch with old friends. The social media site allows you to network, play games, share content, spread awareness, and more. However, Facebook is also a great way for employers to dig up your digital dirt. That's why many people discourage mixing your personal life with your work life via social media. So, you might be surprised to learn that one-third of millennials in the U.K. are friends with their boss on Facebook. That's a lot of people who are either extremely comfortable with their current work situation or just don't care whether their employer gets a glimpse into their personal lives. What do you think? Would you "friend" your boss on Facebook? Or do you think it's inappropriate? Please take our poll, and tell us your thoughts in the comment section below! [poll id="78"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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