There is an interesting article in the Boston Globe about employers reading people's blogs, MySpace, Facebook, etc. when they are interviewing them for a job.
The counsel and commands of the Scriptures do apply to blogging
Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger; James 1:19 ESV
Therefore, having put away falsehood, let each one of you speak the truth with his neighbor...Ephesians 4:25 ESV
If you are interviewing for a job and you say: This job really sucks, I may just work there a year, and you write it on your blog. Well...it seems you are being a bit two-faced, duplicitous with your possible employer, and stupid to write it on the blog. Here is an exerpt from the Boston Globe piece:
In October 2002, after an interview for a job at a nonprofit, she said, someone at the organization read her blog, where she had broadcast to the world that she wasn't actually all that interested in the job and didn't plan to stay for even a year if she were hired.
Don't lie to people, that is wrong. Then to go and publish the truth on your blog...that is wrong and stupid. One solution that was offered doesn't seem that great in my mind:
Natalie Gioella, a senior at Northeastern University, knows students who received offers for internships and co-op jobs, but were later turned down because of their postings on Facebook.com. So, Gioella, 23, doesn't post.
The other option would be: Post with integrity so people see who you actually are. Or don't post and put on whatever face people want to see in your interviews; but that is a very hard way to live.
Here is the link: Job applicants' online musings get hard look - The Boston Globe