You’d think colleges and universities would have jumped all over the social media revolution and figured out how to leverage sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to help graduates network with potential employers. They haven’t.
According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, two key items are holding schools back in merging social media with job opportunities for graduates: privacy issues and weak training practices.
That “achievement gap” couldn’t come at a worse time for grads looking to crack the U.S. job market.
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