Tips for Tracking Jobs on the Web

The Net has made looking for a job seem easier, but it still requires ingenuity, time, follow-up, and thoroughness

The Internet has long been a critical tool for job searchers. It allows them to tap into corporate databases, post their résumés on help-wanted boards like Monster.com and HotJobs, and distribute résumés to anyone with an e-mail address. But the Web is also a favorite resource for companies looking to fill jobs, with more and more businesses moving their recruiting portals online.

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