Not on Facebook? Employers, Psychiatrists May Think You’re a Psychopath
There are more than 955 million Facebook users, and it could hurt you to not be one of them.
Some psychiatrists and employers now find it suspicious for an individual to keep off Facebook, reports The Daily Mail. That’s because for today’s young generation, having Facebook is considered “normal,” while opting out is considered “abnormal.”
Employers may suspect that an applicant’s absence from the social network means the account is so full of offensive material that it had to be deleted. After all, 90% of recruiters check out candidates’ online profiles.
Similarly, psychologists see Facebook activity as a reflection of a healthy social life.
“The Internet has become a natural…