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Generating a list of companies for your job or internship search

This video shows how you can use a compay database, like Hoover's, to create a list of companies in a ceratin geographical area, by an industry code, or other criteria.  If you have questions or comments about the MIT Libraries, Ask Us!.    For more information on your career or internship search, visit Global Education & Career Development.

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