The internet has certainly created changes in the ways that people find new jobs, but are those changes always for the better?
The short answer? It depends on your vantage point.
Recent research from North Carolina State University lays out a tale of two job seekers—one who faces “black holes” of intense competition for lower-paying jobs, and one whose skills are so highly sought-after that the high-paying roles they’re applying for are extremely targeted and only open to a small number of equally talented candidates.
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