Jobsearch Express: Job Hunting on the World Wide Web The Internet has definitely changed the way people look lor jobs and send their resumes. In the past, job seekers waited for the Sunday edition of their local newspapers, scoured the classified ads, and then sent off handsome print copies of their resumes. Today, many job seekers begin with a computer search of Internet job listings. Then they fire off "plain Jane" resurnes by e-mail, or they submit print copies that they expect will be scanned by a computer rather than a person. Knowing how to use the Internet to your advantage can save you an enormous amount af time and may help you find your dream job. Although most of the traditional advice for writing resumes and searching for jobs tll holds true, you should learn more about how resumes are processed today, especially by large companies.