A decade ago, job seekers might fire off a few dozen resumes before getting an interview. They might have surfed the Web for hours, days, weeks or months, casually searching for an opportunity to advance their careers – or at the very least provide them with gainful employment.

This was the “new way” to do things. Long gone were the days of paper resumes, which had been downgraded to something that is only used after getting an interview. Those who continued to send paper resumes were considered dinosaurs.

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