Three research universities combined their forces to prove that a person's Facebook page is, more often than not, an accurate predictor of future job performance. Apparently Facebook pages that portray "traits such as conscientiousness, agreeability, and intellectual curiosity" have a "strong correlation" with good job performance.

Still waiting on the scientific study proving that people who don't have Facebook pages are actually useless scourges. [WSJ, image via Stepol]