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Social networking profiles: Are you showing your best side? [Career Building Blocks]

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Causer, C. ; managing editor of IEEE Potentials

With respect to Helen of Troy, the current lot of social networking Web sites, such as MySpace, Facebook, and Friendster, has become the face that launched a thousand ships. Whether you are an androgynous fan clamoring to "Leave Britney alone," an "Obama Girl," or intoning the impending wrath of the "Chocolate Rain," these sites have provided instant notoriety and 15 minutes of fame to a variety of eclectic users. Sure these sites are good for a few laughs, but are users really utilizing the crop of social networking tools to its greatest potential, or is your site sabotaging your employment search?

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Potentials, IEEE  (Volume:28 ,  Issue: 3 )