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  • Online Reputation: Are You Google Ready? January 9, 2017
    Today your online image is usually the first impression any employer or possible a college recruiter will review about you.  Your name will eventually be put through an internet wash-cycle and how it spins depends on how you have been maintaining it. Keep in mind you never get a second chance to make a first […]
  • A Social Life: Coming To Terms With Online Embellishment December 28, 2016
    Maybe I’m being polite when I said, coming to terms with online embellishment, when I actual meant — social media fakes. People who post to social media about their wonderful lives when behind the screens, it is anything but roses and cherries. It’s always nice to see people posting about their new puppy or kitty they saved […]
  • Curbing Distracted Driving When Parents Spend As Much Time Connected (Study) December 9, 2016
    This week Common Sense Media released their latest report, The Common Sense Census: Plugged In Parents of Tweens and Teens. We all know our kids are connected, but this study revealed how parents are equally attached to their screens and media too. According to their study, 78% of parents “believe they are good technology role […]
  • Survey: Employers Spreading the Holiday Cheer December 8, 2016
    I’ve grown so tired of the bickering news and social media news feeds (I’m referring to real news and it’s more tiresome explaining away the fake news). It was one of the most divisive election seasons and our social media news feeds are still dripping in  contention for each other (no matter what side you were on), […]
  • How Social Media Can Make or Break a Job Search November 25, 2016
    Personal posts can come back to bite prospective employees or even current employees and impact future employability. This can make what your teen is posting on social media have an impact beyond likes or retweets. Just think of all the times your teen has been excited about a social media post getting hundreds of likes […]

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