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Job Hunting in the Digital Age

Job hunting for both new graduates and experienced professionals is evolving rapidly. Online job postings drawing hundreds of applicants increasingly seem a futile exercise for both employers and job seekers. At the same time, social networks are becoming ever more essential to building your professional online profile. We explore the evolving nature of the job search.

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