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Focus (Economy: Computers and Jobs) #610910

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Feb 17, 1996
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(New Hampshire: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jon Frankel) The increasing use of desktop video conference systems to replace traditional means of employment interviews examined; computer screen scenes and Minneapolis job fair shown. [Via computer, Kohl's Department Stores Todd LANDIS - comments.] [Virginia Tech graduate student Vidya RAVICHANDRAN - shows how Internet searches lead to job postings.] [Cel-Sci Corporation Dr. Philip KOGA, Pathway executive search Jay BERGER - say we want computer literate job seekers.] [Auburn University Tim IRWIN - explains why he created his own web site to find a job.]

Frankel, Jon;
Williams, Brian

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