The Internet and social media have added new dimensions to career exploration and job search, opening up a world of opportunities. It also enables us to connect with individuals and groups. According to Robin Dunbar, professor of evolutionary psychology at Oxford University, “The Internet has made it possible to service existing relationships as well as meet new individuals more efficiently and on a wider geographical scale.” (2016)
How an individual uses social media says a lot about them. For some, their life seems to be an open-book for anyone to read, including potential employers! On March 8, 2014, psychologytoday.com featured an interesting article about how different types of people use social media. In “Which Facebook Personality Are You?”, author Bernardo Tirado, industrial psychologist & Project Mgt. executive, separates Facebook users into four groups: Voyeurs, Informers, Me-Meers and Evangelists. Check out the article at https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/digital-leaders/201403/facebook-personalities. It puts a new and interesting spin on personality type.