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Interviewer: If you saw a picture like that online, would you consider giving this person a job?
Woman: Erm, no.
Woman: It's not good. I don't know who they are.
Interviewer: What do you think of this person by seeing that photo?
Man: Kind of annoying.
Interviewer: What advice would you give to this person about presenting themselves online?
Man: Probably try and mix up the Snapchat filter photos with more normal photos as well.
Interviewer: By seeing images like this online, what do you think of this person?
Man: I don't know what it says about the personality there. They can't take themselves very seriously.
Man: The second one, I'm not quite sure.
Interviewer: What do you think about this person and their online image?
Interviewer: What would you recommend to this person about improving their online image?
Woman: To get rid of the childish Snapchat filter.
Interviewer: OK. If you saw pictures like this online, would you be more inclined to give this person a job?
Woman: Yes. She looks a bit smarter.
Interviewer: If you saw a picture like this, would you be more likely to employ someone?
Woman: He looks like someone that can market for my organisation.
Woman: This person to me would be more employable.
Boy in photos: Hello.
Woman: Hello. Is that you?
Boy in photos: Yeah.
Man: Is that you? Are you the other one as well?
Girl in photos: Yeah. When one of them said that I was a bit childish it kind of hurt a little bit, yeah.
Boy in photos: It has, it's definitely made me think to be careful what I put up. Is it immature or too silly? Is it making me … What will it be like a couple of years on? Will it affect me in any way?
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