More recruiters are turning to Twitter to find and research job candidates, and some executives say they're leaning toward abandoning the resume process altogether. "I watch people interact, learn what their positions are, who their best friends on Twitter are, whether they have a sense of humor. From that you can get a pretty good picture," said Jocelyn Lai, a recruiter at an advertising firm.
Will Twitter someday replace the traditional resume?
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