Friday, July 28, 2006
"Finance" is the most popular MBA
However, visitors to WorldWideLearn.com checked out a number of MBA topics that the wider Internet audience did not.
Can blogging affect your career?
In a research conducted by CollegeGrad.com, it emerged that 47% of college graduated (job seekers) have changed their plans on changing the content of their sites like Myspace and Facebook because of the negative effects that this had on their job search.
While this might be considerer a violation of the privacy of the applicants, especially if they did not mention their blog during the job application, Shantice Bates, a 2006 Mass Communication Graduate from Virginia Commonwealth University said that "A person's MySpace or Facebook pages really have nothing to do with their work personality.
"My professional recommendation is that individuals realize that the World Wide Web is exactly that, and personal information is a key click away," said Steven Jungman, Division Director of ChaseSource. "Common sense should prevail when someone posts something on the web that they would not put on a resume".
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