Employers, experts suspicious if you’re not on Facebook
Have you refused to sign up for Facebook, or is your profile so secret that nobody can find your online tracks? You might want to pull back the curtains on your online persona, just a little bit.
According to a report, some employers and psychologists warn that staying away from social networks is “suspicious.”
There was a time when many people held out on joining the world’s largest social network – and others locked down their accounts to the max so nobody could see anything.
Let’s be honest – with Facebook’s user base creeping up on a billion users, users without an account must be living without Internet or above age 40 if they don’t have an account (in which case, it’s OK to not be on Facebook, but more on that later).
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