Recruiters prefer different tools to do their jobs depending upon the types of jobs they are trying to fill, says Development Dimensions International, Pittsburgh. Its survey of 162 companies- - 25% of them from outside the U.S. -- found that 63% use national newspapers to recruit managers and professionals. But when seeking people for nonmanagement positions, 90% use local newspapers. Eighty percent of companies use internal job postings and employee referrals to recruit candidates, and 76% use the Internet. The least popular recruiting tools: TV, radio, movie screens, and direct mail. Two-thirds of the companies turn to outsourcing for recruitment and retention expertise.