Think before you send that next Facebook or Twitter post - it could hurt your chances of landing a job.
Eight percent of young Americans, ages 16 to 24, have lost a job opportunity because of their social media profiles.
That's according to a study by a market analyst firm on device research. Seven percent of job seekers ages 25 to 34 have been rejected because of social media.
However, the study also found a two-thirds majority said they're not concerned about how social media use may harm future career prospects.
China had the most incidents of employment affected by social media; Brazil had the fewest.
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