The tolerant Tumblr is back, and here's how it benefits your work life

After a long hiatus, Tumblr is back and it's more beneficial than ever for your career development, your at-work entertainment and the workplace.

The tolerant Tumblr is back, and here's how it benefits your work life
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In today's job market, it's more important than ever to be able to show employers that you're a tolerant person. And what better way to do that than by having a Tumblr account?

That's right - the popular social media platform is becoming increasingly popular with employers as a way to gauge an applicant's tolerance levels.

Here's how it can benefit your work life:

In job interviews

In many cases, employers will now ask questions about your online presence as part of the interview process.

Having a Tumblr account shows that you're comfortable with sharing your thoughts and opinions online - even if they might not always be popular.

For career development

As you move up in your career, you'll likely be working with people from all walks of life. Showing that you're open-minded and tolerant from the start will only help you in the long run.

  • As you climb up toward corporate, you need to be able to conduct exit interviews. This means saying the right things at the right time is a basic requirement, and being exposed to sometimes unsavoury content on Tumblr helps you handle weird situation well and maintain composure.
  • Being aware and exposed to a breadth of topics enriches your learning experience and increases your employability. Tumblr has all sorts of unrestricted, extreme content and this helps in developing critical skills valued in the workplace. You are then able to better attract, adapt and work collaboratively with people from all sorts of backgrounds.

At the workplace

Even if you don't plan on using Tumblr at work, having an account shows that you're comfortable with new technologies and are willing to adapt to change, even at an older age - two qualities any employer would love to see in their employees!