May 1998

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HPInternet: Finding an HPI job the Internet way

We will take an entirely different direction this month with a review of Internet sites for job seekers. At some point in our careers, we all consider throwing in the towel and looking for another job..

Crowley, B., Competitive Analysis Technologies

We will take an entirely different direction this month with a review of Internet sites for job seekers. At some point in our careers, we all consider throwing in the towel and looking for another job. The Internet has changed the old ways of job hunting. Now we can look at hundreds of openings across the world in just a matter of minutes. The Monster Board ? http://www.monster.com. This one is great for entry-level positions. I have recommended folks to this site and many have found jobs within days of posting a resume. Using the frame buttons on the left, select "Job Search." Then pick a country or a focus. (I picked "entry level" in the focus area.) Running a search for entry-lev

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