Teens want access to social sites at work

Fifty-eight percent of teens say the freedom to use social networking sites at work could influence their future job decisions, according to a recent survey by Junior Achievement Worldwide, an international youth education nonprofit group, and the accounting giant Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu. Conducted in September, the survey polled 1,000 people ages 12 to 17. The survey also found that while 88 % of the surveyed teens used social networks every day, 38% did not consider the reaction of present or future employers to their online record. Eighty-three %, however, said they did not behave unethically while using the social networks, according to the survey. Article at Chicago Tribune.