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Have you Googled yourself lately? Do you know what information is out there about you? What's your ? Search engines are making it extremely easy for employers, recruiters, and hiring managers to find information on job candidates. With a click of a mouse, an employer can find anything from your resume to your latest tweet. Scary, huh? Even worse, they can read what other people are saying about you (or what they're posting on your social media). But what if you didn't know what people had posted on your Facebook wall? What if you were unaware there was bad press about you online? This may be true. However, if they don't like what you're associated with online, a potential employer can eliminate you from the running. So, do you monitor your online presence? Do you care what potential employers see about you online? Please take our poll and tell us what you think in the comment section below! [poll id="121"] Photo Credit: Shutterstock

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