Have you hired a person based on their tweets? Some people are

AOL Jobs has post that will get you thinking.

Is Twitter Killing The Resume?


The death of paper resumes has been predicted ever since the advent of email. And now some tech-savvy employers are even refusing to look at traditional resumes or conduct in-person interviews, instead relying on applicants' postings on Twitter in the pursuit of top talent.

It may not be the death of the resume, but your tweets may be more important than a reference.

The larger lesson, she says, is that social media is becoming more pervasive in hiring. Though you may not be screened based on your ability to tweet for a job, she says, "it is becoming more and more important for any professional to maintain a digital profile," which appears on social-media sites such as TwitterGoogle PlusFacebook and LinkedIn.