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Wiley Job Network Announces New Resources and Tools to Connect Job Seekers and Employers
Date:4/18/2013

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“In a competitive market it is important that job seekers are able to quickly and simply find the jobs they are looking for,” said Darren Webster, Global Online Corporate Sales Director, Wiley. “The enhancements to the Wiley Job Network add value to job seekers through easier site navigation and useful career tools, while enabling employers to substantially reduce time to hire."

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