They used to say you are what you eat, but that’s no longer the case according to the Social Stereotypes infographic.
With the increasing amount of social media usage along with blooming trends that are creating new social outlets, social stereotypes are no longer a myth but becoming the truth and identity of many of its users. The infographic dissects the demographics of each platform as well as the most common activities by its users, revealing what makes and breaks certain individuals’ online image such as over-sharing, inappropriate comments as well free publicity from check-ins and comments. As is common with stereotypes, this does not apply for all users. However, extreme caution should be used since many employers are not reviewing potential employees’ exposure and online image via these platforms.
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- By: Elise Ying-Hei HoNov 25, 2012