Career counselors warn that soon-to-be college graduates and other job seekers should be extra careful about what they post on the internet during a recession, Reuters reports. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, blogs, and other venues present numerous opportunities to sabotage your hunt for a job or promotion at a time when employers can afford to be picky. "With social media, you can be vapid, boring, and annoying with alarming frequency," Patricia Vaccarino, owner of a Seattle public relations firm, warned clients in a newsletter. Kurt Weyerhauser, an executive recruiter at Kensington Stone in Los Angeles, said one human-resources department "found a...

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