CNN-A new survey finds many young people are worried that something they posted will come back to bite them one day.
In a new survey sponsored by the website findlaw.com, twenty-nine percent of eighteen to thirty-four year olds said they have posted a photo, comment or other personal information on social media that they worry could cost them their current job or disqualify them from a new job.
A career builder survey conducted last month found that more than fourty percent of employers who use social media to research prospective employees said posts caused them to not hire a candidate.
The moral of the story? Think before you post. But don't stop posting all together.
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