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Updated: 4/11/2007 11:26 am
Looking for a job? Trends in hiring have changed to reflect modern technological advances. For example, employers no longer depend solely on traditional advertising and interviewing techniques; they now advertise positions over the Internet. This allows more potential employees access to information about all positions available in the company. This benefits you, the jobseeker, in that you can not only review all the positions in one company, you can also search for a job by location, position, salary, or company. Employers not only post jobs on the Internet, they also search the 'net' for employees. You can put your resume on the Internet via many different sites offering career placement services. Once you have linked up with an interested employer, he or she might want to interview you. Be prepared to interview in a nontraditional setting over coffee or even over the phone. Both of these trends are becoming more popular in modern business practice.
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