Do you think internet job search is improving the employment prospects of todays workers?
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this is the detail information for the topic: Search theory suggests that improving the information available to workers about existing job openings should reduce frictional unemployment. The economics literaturebr /
has produced mixed ndings on the role of internet job search engines like Monster.com on job search times and unemployment rates, but Stevenson  (link below; pdfbr /
on Blackboard) suggests that internet searching changes the rate at which workers switch employers without going through a period of unemployment. Based on Steven-sons evidence and the theory covered in ECO 344 do you think internet job search is improving the employment prospects of todays workers?
I already write a little bit of the essay, please write following my parts and connet it smoothly and well-organized. It is better to use some evidence, like specific data to support the argument.