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A Closer Look (Job Market: High-Tech Shortage) #178500

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 09, 1998
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Job statistics cited.

(Pittsburgh: Michele Norris) The shortage of workers in the high-tech industry examined; details given of hunt for employees in the information field, including going overseas for brain power. [Manpower, Incorporated, Priscilla AZCUETA, EDS Marsha CLARK - list the type of workers being looked for.] [Musician/coder Hubert CHEN, Cisco Systems Michael McNEAL, Mastech Sushma RAJAGOPALAN - comment.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The use by Ernst and Young of workers in Israel and India on their Year 2000 project noted.

(Studio: Peter Jennings) The use of "smart" computers to scan job applications examined; details given of how the Resumix 5.3 software works. [Resumix Steve CIESINSKI, Maris College professor Robert GROSSMAN - talk about the task of processing resumes.]

Jennings, Peter;
Norris, Michele

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