As a host of new online services cater to the YouTube generation, college and career counselors are debating the merits of the latest trend in job seeking: the video resume.

Fallon Rechnitz--who set her video-capable digital camera on a stack of books, then hit the record button and spoke for about 30 seconds, instantly producing a video resume she plans to send to potential employers--is at the forefront in the hunt for employment. Video-resume services are only starting to emerge on the internet, and the 22-year-old Arizona State senior believes the visuals can give her a leg up after


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