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Scarcity of IT workers is the mother of recruiter innovations

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Companies are using new, high-tech techniques to find skilled IT workers more efficiently. For example, the Web has changed the way employers can screen candidates. Web-accessible databases enable employers to screen hundreds of resumes in seconds. Recruiting executives agree that the efficiencies generated by centralized databases generate huge savings per hire, in cash and time. Job seekers are also adapting their methods to make their availability and qualifications known. With the single click of a button, job seekers can post their resumes to one or more sites, and Internet service providers have a simple way to collect resumes and route them. Nonetheless, analysts and service providers agree that posting jobs or resumes on Web sites is just one of many avenues employers and workers can use. Companies still value career fairs, on-campus interviews, advertising, and promotional publications

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IT Professional  (Volume:1 ,  Issue: 2 )