Could the unemployment crisis force the end of social media?
As it stands right now, almost half of hiring companies screen potential new hires for their web content.
With 750 million users on Facebook, all writing things very searchable and at times personal, will social media be undone by employers who carry the threat of not hiring because one talks about themselves? In addition, do you think not hiring due to social content will ever become something a person can sue for? I also wonder if this dooms social media to go the route of being business only.