College graduates in the US who post inappropriate photos online reduce their chances of getting a job interview according to a study by anti-virus firm AVG.
91 percent of recruiters will not offer an interview if they find evidence of “obnoxious behaviour,”
90 percent will pass on an applicant if they find nude photographs on their profile
93 percent will never call back if they find extremist or racist comments
95 percent will pass over a candidate if they have been making derogatory comments about their previous employer.
"If you think this is all talk, close to 50 percent have already turned down applicants because of their online profiles, and that includes Google+, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Flicker, with the vast majority of recruiters searching the first three."