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Major online job boards such as CareerBuilder or Monster have made it
A) impossible to find good jobs in a specific area.
B) virtually impossible not to find a job you like.
C) far easier to stand out from the crowd of other applicants.
D) much more difficult to stand out from other applicants.

I think the answers B, because they have a ton of openings yet it mite be D) as well because more people may apply to that job making it harder for others to stand out...not to sure though

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