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Friday
Feb222013

4 Ways Technology Is Changing the Job Search

New technology is changing the way we do business everyday, and that includes the way we isolate, recruit and hire the best people. In the past, it was all about paper resumes and traditional sit-down interviews. Now job seekers are applying for jobs from their phones, connecting with employers over Twitter, and developing campaigns in order to snag their dream jobs. If you're ignoring the importance of technology when it comes to finding and hiring the best people, your competition is likely to be scooping up the talent your company needs to succeed. So let's take a moment and look at some of the ways technology is impacting the search for your next superstar employee:

The Twesume
According to a story in USA Today, a few companies are taking to the Twitter-sphere to find their next great superstar employee. Read more on huffingtonpost.com

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