Social media screenings lead to discrimination during hiring, study suggests

Employers were much more likely to offer candidates an interview if their social media profiles indicated they were Christian than if their profiles showed them to be Muslim, according to a study by Carnegie Mellon University. Experts say discrimination in hiring can be conscious or unconscious and advise employers not to use social media as a screening process to avoid legal problems.

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