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Online Job Postings Seeing Rapid Growthi
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Mil Arcega
April 24, 2014 11:17 PM
Applications for unemployment benefits jumped in the United States to a seasonally-adjusted 329,000 last week, up 24,000 from the week before. Unemployment is still high at 6.7 percent. But for job seekers, especially those with college educations, researchers at a prominent University in Washington say finding a job can be as easy as logging on to a computer. Mil Arcega explains.

Online Job Postings Seeing Rapid Growth

Published April 24, 2014

Applications for unemployment benefits jumped in the United States to a seasonally-adjusted 329,000 last week, up 24,000 from the week before. Unemployment is still high at 6.7 percent. But for job seekers, especially those with college educations, researchers at a prominent University in Washington say finding a job can be as easy as logging on to a computer. Mil Arcega explains.


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