Obtaining a job - ARCHIVED

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Of the 8.4 million job hirings that took place during 1994 and 1995, most were the result of informal recruitment methods as opposed to traditional responses to job advertisements. This study, which complements Perspectives' Autumn 1998 article on job search methods, examines worker and firm traits that influence the matching of jobs and workers.

Issue Number: 1999001
Author(s): Grenon, Lee
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PDFMarch 3, 1999