Netting a Job on the Internet

Langston, Lecia Parks
July 2011
Utah Careers;Jul2011, p38
The article offers tips on how to find a job using the internet. As suggested, finding an opportunity online or researching on the internet before an interview demonstrates the technical skills of a candidate. Tools such as self-assessment tools, occupational exploration, training-program information are available online. There are several companies which require electronic resumés and find applicants exclusively online.


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