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A legal recruitment agency has been the first to offer job-seekers a chance at an electronic application. ZMB Recruitment consultancy has a post-box on the electronic superhighway, the Internet. Applicants will be able to respond to job advertisements by sending their CV and letter to a mailbox address on the bottom of the advert. The […]

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