4 hours agoThere’s been a lot of chatter lately about what the internet means to job seekers.
We’re used to hearing about the lack of jobs available or that companies don’t hire enough people because of a lack of demand.
But there’s been some research that shows that people may be willing to take on jobs on the internet, and that may be good news for job hunters.
A recent study by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, found that job hunters were more likely to apply to jobs than those who didn’t use the internet.
This is particularly true when job hunting was done in person.
The study found that people who used a smartphone to search for jobs were more willing than those with no internet presence to take a job.
Job hunters who use the search engine for job postings, like Craigslist, were also more likely than people who didn`t use the service to apply for jobs.
The job hunt app, Hunter, also had a positive effect on job seekers, with more job seekers applying for a job than those looking for other jobs.
While this isn’t a surprise, it does mean that job hunting isn’t as difficult as it used to be.
We have been conditioned to think that we need to use our phones to find work.
But this research suggests that the internet may be a way to let people find jobs in a way that doesn’t require them to spend hours on the phone.
This article was originally published by Ars Technia.
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