Consider the vast changes that have taken place in the world of work in the last decade or so:
• The rise of a global economy, where job seekers as well as companies must compete beyond their local markets
• The emergence of the Internet as an immediate, always-available source for job information
• The birth of Web 2.0 interactive career sites offering customized applications and immediate feedback to Web-surfing candidates
• The growth of a mobile workforce, happy to jump to a new assignment, new job, or new company as opportunities ebb and flow
Yet in this constantly shifting environment, that sturdy old standby, ...