U.S. Public Libraries and Access to Employment Resources

More employers - from grocery stores to casinos to state governments - require people to apply for jobs online. Americans are depending on libraries not only for free access to computers and the Internet, but also for the assistance and training library staff offer every day. Nationally, 91% of public libraries provide access to job databases and other job opportunity resources.
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