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Job applicant 'shamed' by company for posting bikini photos on social media


Nowadays, it's pretty standard for companies to go through your social media when you apply for a job. Most of the time, it's to find any hateful stuff you might have posted that would come back to haunt them later or that would make you unsuitable for the job. 

When Emily Clow of Austin, Texas, applied for an internship with Kickass Masterminds, she wasn't expecting harmless bikini photos from a vacation to cause any issues. 

While Clow was prepping for the interview, she found an image she'd posted of herself reposted to the company's Instagram account along with a caption.