Facebook was supposed to be an interactive college scrapbook - filled with stories, photos of college life to share with your buddies / potential hook-ups. Now, practices by recruiters threatens...

Facebook was supposed to be an interactive college scrapbook – filled with stories, photos of college life to share with your buddies / potential hook-ups. Now, practices by recruiters threatens to destroy the ethos of Facebook as they scan potential recruits’ personal pages as back ground checks. The Daily Bruin suggests:

Employers are beginning to use sites such as Facebook to access personal information of candidates for employment, said Kathy Sims, director of the UCLA Career Center. And not all employers are pleased with what they find. Sims said there have been several cases of employers rescinding job offers to student candidates because of information obtained through Facebook.  

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