Although some believe there's no such thing as bad publicity, job applicants will tell you otherwise.

Indeed, they have told CareerBuilder for a recent survey, which reports that a whopping 71 percent of U.S. workers say they would not apply to a company experiencing negative press. Female workers, at 79 percent, are much more likely not to apply to a company experiencing negative press than their male counterparts, at 61 percent.

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