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I’m sure that many of you have experienced hunting for a job. I remember when I was just fresh out of college, my friends and I scoured the classifieds of the Sunday newspaper for possible job openings. A separate section of the newspaper was devoted to job postings and we would mark the ones that interested us. Then during the week that followed, we would go job hunting in our best business attires.
Looking back, I can say that everything was nothing like a walk in the park. Job hunting then was frustrating and fulfilling at the same time. Now though, most people especially those fresh out of college have all the time in the world to look for jobs posted online. All sorts of job openings are obtainable from the Internet. Jobs are classified per category and sometimes even by area. So let’s say you’re looking for Columbus jobs, you can just simply type in appropriate keywords and that’s it.
Even submission of resumes and other credentials can be done online. The only time you have to leave the house is when you’re called in for an interview. Now that’s job hunting made easy.