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Wall Street Recruits in Cyberspace

Wall Street firms are hitting the Net to recruit potential employees. Companies such as Goldman, Sachs and J.P. Morgan have placed company background information and informational videos online to attract computer-literate candidates.

Wall Street firms and banks including Goldman, Sachs & Co., and J.P. Morgan & Co. are jumping online to recruit employees from the pool of job-seeking college seniors.

Brokerage firms are relying on the Net to save money and to reach potential employees who are Internet-savvy.

Online recruiters will place company brochures on the Net and contact students via email. Company videos and interviews with company executives will also be available, according to recruiters.

Check out CNET's feature about job hunting online.