It is my role to help you be a finder, rather than a seeker, and that starts with searching for what you are looking for. Really, I am just trying to help you use our website better, and if blogging is a way to get that information out -- here I write.
To be a finder, there are three ways in which you can seek: 1. select topics from the left navigation bar, find the topic you are interested in, and you will launch a topic search; 2. not sure what the topic is, but you have a word or phrase in mind, note the search bar at the top right hand of the site -- type in your word or phrase, and see what you find; 3. if simple search seems too broad, you are getting too many results, some not very relevant - use "advanced search." Advanced search is located right below the search box. Click the link and you can narrow your parameters by date, by relevancy and by area of coverage. Advanced search also enables you to select "must contain," "should contain," and "must not contain." All three of these options will yield different results.
Simple search works best of you have a single word or phrase that you are looking for - it will give you the broadest response, and you will have to sift through a lot of information to find what you want.
Advanced search will give you the narrowest search - by setting date parameters you can narrow down the search to the most recent information.
Topic search will provide you with the information that is tagged to that topic. Topic search is human engineered, as Staffing Industry Analysts' analysts have tagged the stories.
You don't have to be a registered user to search, but in order to see much of the content you do need to sign in. Not a member, but you are interested in the content, select the "join now" button in the upper right hand corner.
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