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Online Security Considerations for Alaska Jobs Seekers

In these modern times, as someone who uses the internet on a regular basis, one of the biggest concerns that you can have is your own privacy and security. Identity theft is certainly a danger that you should be aware of, but you shouldn't let it deter you from tapping the internet as a resource as you look for jobs in Alaska and even for jobs in Anchorage Here are some steps that will keep your search safe.

1. Omit certain information from your resume: there is no need to include your home address on your resume these days, which is one bit of information you may not want on a job board for the whole world to see. If you want to take even more safety measures, The Wall Street Journal recommends setting up temporary cell phone numbers and/or email addresses to further protect your personal information.

2. Make use of the privacy features on job sites: many job sites offer privacy features that you can make use of during your job search, such as the ability to limit the number of people that can view your resume.

3. Be aware of your social media presence: this doesnÂ’t necessarily relate directly to identity theft or fraud, but it has everything to do with common sense and does impact your ability to get hired. If there is anything (such as embarrassing and/or inappropriate photos or posts) on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or some other social networking site that a potential employer can access, get rid of it. If you have to think hard on whether something is inappropriate, it probably is.

By Kyle Wise

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