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By: Brooklee Hurst
Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any of the other countless social networks available, people use social media every day to document their lives, connect with friends, or keep up with current events. As the presidential election approaches, many are jumping to social media to voice their opinions on political or controversial issues. While these posts are a valid exercise of free speech, they can negatively affect employment opportunities, especially in the legal field. (more…)