EMPLOYERS ONLINE: Establishing a Presence on Business And Social Networking Sites

Giordani, Pattie
October 2008
NACE Journal;Oct2008, Vol. 69 Issue 1, p37
The article discusses how social and business networks are considered by employers for branding and recruiting potential employees. It states that employers are looking into using these networking sites such as Myspace and Facebook because most of the students spend time on the Internet. Data revealed that students using the Internet who presume that employers will view their profile accounts to 51.5 percent.


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