How to clean up an online image before looking for a job

05/9/2013 | TheStreet.com

Before starting a job search, candidates should clean up their online image, experts say. Mary Ellen Slayter, a career advice expert for Monster.com, suggests deleting party pictures or controversial "tweets" that could make employers think twice. "These days, reputation is even more important because we all have the power to create our own public persona using the tools provided by the Internet and social platforms," Slayter advises.

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