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On Tuesday, Facebook Inc. unveiled its new Graph Search tool (pictured below), which will enable users to search friends, and friends of friends, for all kinds of information. Instead of simply directing users to the timelines, Facebook’s Graph Search tool will allow users to search “photos,” “likes” and comments — with just simple short phrases, Facebook product manager Kate O’Neill, told ABC News.

Facebook Graph Search- How Job Hunting Will Change Dramatically In 2013 - Careers Articles

At the same time, new web applications like Sonar, BeKnown and BranchOut allow job seekers to see who from their social networks are employed at companies that might have job openings for them.

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via Facebook Graph Search: How Job Hunting Will Change Dramatically In 2013 – Careers Articles.

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