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Those fun party pictures may be good for a few laughs, but if you or your online friends think nothing of posting questionable pictures on social networking sites, think again.
You could ultimately pay a hefty price for those pictures if a potential employer finds them online. That price could be a missed opportunity for your dream job that you've orked so hard to get.
So party-goers beware. Set your privacy settings so people can't tag you in photos, and ask your friends to kindly let you approve any photos they want to post before they post them. Remember, there is no delete button once something hits the Internet.