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States and Feds Differ on Sharing Job Listings

June 4, 2007
Related Topics: Staffing and the Law, Candidate Sourcing, Featured Article
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The Wagner-Peyser Act, passed in 1933, established a nationwide system of public employment offices. And for years, states have sought to create a more efficient labor market by sharing job-opening information among themselves through America’s Job Bank, the public job Web site slated to close June 30.
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