Forget the new suit or printing out your resume, your next job interview could be on twitter.
Some tech, media and marketing companies are using so-called "twitterviews" to find potential employees.
Instead of a formal interview, companies tweet out a question and you tweet back an answer--in 140 characters or less.
USA today spoke with one employer who said companies can learn a lot about your personality, just from your presence on twitter.
To read USA Today’s report, click here: http://usat.ly/UnCUCR
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