According to new research from the University of Missouri, HOW you use Facebook says as much about your personality as WHAT you put on Facebook . . . or even how often you log in.
--They broke down Facebook users into two general groups . . . and BOTH groups use the site a LOT.
--If you're the kind of person who uploads photos, updates your status, and engages with other people and what they post, it means you like high-risk activities.
--If you're more likely to just sit back, read your news feed, and check out what OTHER people are posting, instead of posting things yourself . . . it means you're risk-averse.
--Either way, advertisers and employers are probably watching and paying attention. In other words, even if you think you don't do much on Facebook, you're telling people a lot about yourself with your inaction. Supposedly.