Hiring managers consider social media networks like Facebook and LinkedIn to be essential to their job. In fact, 92 percent of them use or plan to begin using social media for their recruiting efforts.

But candidates beware—there are certain social media activities that employers don't like to see on a new recruit's profile.

Here are the top five most offensive posts that will turn off your next potential employer, according to a survey from Jobvite >>

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