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I’m sure you’ve heard that future employers might actually track down your social network pages and use them to determine whether they would want to hire you, right? Well, I bet you DIDN’T know that a whopping 45 percent of companies actually always search for the social network profiles of their candidates. If your jaw just dropped, pick it back up please. It’s not too late for you soon-to-be-out-of-college folks (and those who are out but still looking) to turn your Twitter page or Facebook page into something presentable in order for you to get a job, but there’s a few things you should know before you do the big clean up.

Our friends over at Black Enterprise compiled a list of seven things that should and shouldn’t be seen on your social network pages. From status updates about how hard you’re working on assignments (good look) to those creepy bathroom mirror photos that strangers keeps tagging you in that can be seen by anyone (bad, very bad look), it’s time to make some changes for the better.

To see the full list and get schooled, click over to

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