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July 24, 2012Net Nanny for Android 2.0
Sep 09, 2015
social network monitoring,
We’ve received multiple warnings about oversharing on social media because of scammers, hackers, stalkers, and bullies. Now, teens need to be careful about what they are sharing because of colleges and employers.
Resumes, G.P.A.’s and test scores aren’t the only thing that they are looking at anymore. Many colleges and employers consider social media profiles an extension of an application. Resumes are still important in determining qualifications and abilities; however, social media is ideal for assessing applicants’ dependability and character.
In regards to college, Kaplan released a survey stating that college applicants are more likely to be rejected if they post inappropriate content.
Here are a few ways to help your teen manage their social media footprint:
Social media can either hurt or help your teens chances of employment and college acceptance. Help your teen to “post responsibly” and consider who might be looking at their profile besides their friends. Net Nanny Social can help you monitor and see the content that your teen is posting.