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House Dems Put a 'Hiring' Sign on the Internet

Want to work for House Democrats? There's a website for that now. 

House Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer unveiled a site this week that lets job applicants upload resumes that are then posted on DemCom, House Dems' official intranet. 

For lawmakers' offices, sorting through applicants' resumes seems to have a LinkedIn feel to it.

"Democratic offices will be able to browse candidates for open positions, and DemCom users will be able to recommend, endorse, or comment on submissions in the resume bank, either in their personal capacity, or on behalf of their office," Hoyer's office said in a statement Wednesday. 

The site is at least the House Democrats' second online initiative since July when the caucus streamlined the online organization of groups' positions on bills. 

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