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Looking for a few good employees? Your best bet for corporate recruiting may be the Internet, particularly if you're looking for computer-savvy, well-educated prospects.
The sprawling worldwide computer network has more than a dozen major job-search sites and services through which companies may post job listings, monitor interest in the listings, search resume databases for qualified candidates and take job applications electronically.
To hear their advocates talk, online recruiting services are the best thing since sliced bread.
"It's cheaper than print advertising, it reaches a huge number of people, and in some technologies it's the best way to find qualified people," says Diana Mackey, local recruiting director for Claremont Technology Group, a Portland, Ore.-based computer-consulting firm with 170 Central Ohio employees.
Claremont pays a yearly membership fee to the Online Career Center, a large Indianapolis-based service.
Internet job-searching has become too big to ignore, says Barbara Ruess, marketing …