New York: According to a study, users who click too many 'selfies' not only reflect narcissistic traits but also demonstrate a lack of self-control to employers.
"The rise in selfie taking could lead to the more regular snappers losing out on jobs," says the study reported by MailOnline.
"In a career sense, selfies can really impact your brand," career coach Hallie Crawford was quoted as saying.
The study, done by researchers at the University of Georgia, suggested that selfies are motivated by three factors - self-absorption, art or social connection.
"Regular selfie takers may be more narcissistic than their photo-shy friends," said Keith Campbell, psychology professor at the University of Georgia in the US.