With the advent of social recruiting and the increased use of social media sites for job searching and hiring, both directly on sites like LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, and on mobile platforms, it’s interesting to look at the data on how much job searching really has changed – or hasn’t. A Social Recruiting Survey conducted by TweetMyJobs.com reports that while 29% of job seekers use social media as their primary tool for job searching, 50% of job seekers still spend most of their time searchi
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