Damn it! I could have had that job as a Storm Trooper. Follow the story here: http://mashable.com/2013/01/11/sorry-vader-white-house-death-star/
Consider using these tricks to keep your Facebook professional
One way to ensure employers can’t snoop is to keep your Facebook profile as private as you can. First, run a quick Google search to make sure your profile no longer pops up in association with your name. If it does, you can make your profile unreachable by search engines by clicking on the “Ads, Apps, and Websites” option under “Privacy settings,” then edit your settings under the “Public search” category. Consider restricting who can send you friend requests, and keep your phone number and email address limited to only friends. You can also restrict who sends you messages and who can see what others post on your timeline — choose from pre-determined options or customize it to specifically block this information from those who you may have friended for professional reasons.
Read the full article at Mashable: Why You Should Keep Facebook and Your Job Search Separate
Job seekers can also take the full advantage of a social network job search. All they need is a beginner’s guide:
A recent study by Right Management revealed that more than 46,000 individuals selected networking as the most effective way to find a new job — the fifth year in a row networking has topped the list. The study data proves once again that, in the highly competitive job search, it’s who you know and who knows you that leads to successful employment.
Read the full article at Mashable.