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    The History of Job Applications: From Faxing to Social Media #infographic #jobsearch

  • Celina Amaro

    We sure have come along way since looking for jobs in the paper! Lol! #RECRUITING #SOURCING #SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING #JOBS

  • Adcorp Australia

    Just as it’s revolutionized everything from grocery shopping to travel, #social and #digital #media have had an enormous effect on the #job hunt. The evolution of applying for a job, chronicling innovations as seemingly mundane as the invention of the post office (remember snail mail?) to the development of a little thing called the Internet. With technology moving forward every day, the job discovery and application process is constantly evolving and in flux. #HR #employment

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    Evolution of the job interview

  • Gold Star Media

    Evolution of Applying for a Job [Infographic]

  • Newsmaker Group

    The Evolution of the #Job Application #socialmedia

  • UNL Career Services

    The Evolution of the Job Search #infographic

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