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Why Employers Should Adopt a High-Touch, High-Tech Approach to the Job Search

Qualified job candidates are harder than ever to find. To address talent shortages, companies are investing in technology to prospect, screen and engage candidates. Though technology can be a solution, candidates still value human connection during the job search.

A new report, "Siri®, Find Me a New Job," reveals which technologies job seekers prefer and insights on how to take a high-touch, high-tech approach to recruitment.

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