If you're not sure where to start your job search, you've come to the right place to find a job.
OK, so you've developed a killer resume, but now you're not sure where to go with it?
Don't worry, that's a common dilemma, but it's one that's easily solved.
Thanks to the wonders of the Internet, it is super easy these days to launch a job search.
Employers and job seekers alike gain many benefits from online job searches.
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There are literally hundreds of job search sites out there on the Web, but obviously some are better than others. I'd like to suggest you start with our very own Job Board here at this site, and if you can't find what you're looking for, then move on to some other great sources of jobs that I outline below.
Here are 2 of the biggest, most well-known, and highest quality job search agents:
Each has its own pluses and minuses, but one thing is certain, you've got a great chance of finding a job on one of these sites. I have personally used Monster and one of the things I liked most was the email alert feature.
They would send me emails to alert me to new job postings that met certain search criteria that I set up. Getting them meant I didn't have to keep going back to the site every day to see what was new.
We've teamed up with these job search sites to provide you an easy jumping off point right here on the page to help with your job search.
Before we get into more specialized job search help sites, I wanted to tell you about a site I found out about recently that offers help with making your resume online using easy-to-understand software. Now, they've added a great new job search tool that takes the info you put on your resume to find related jobs in your area. It's pretty cool. Just sign up for an account of your own at PongoResume.com to see what I mean!
Specialty job searches are also a great way to land a job if you're seeking one in a specific career field. What I mean by this is that there are job search engines geared specifically to a particular industry.
6FigureJobs.com caters to people looking for management jobs at the executive level. Named Forbes "Best of the Web" by Forbes Magazine. 6FigureJobs is the industry-leading site for Executive Job Seekers and Employers. Thousands of $100K+ jobs...
SnagAJob.com is the NUMBER ONE SOURCE for hourly employment, if you're looking to get temporary kind of work until something more permanent comes along... or if you just want to supplement what you're making. We connect businesses needing hourly employees with the most qualified hourly job seekers at a lower cost per hire.
RealWritingJobs.com is the leading source for online writing jobs. Partnering with 1000s of well known employers, users will be able to work from home doing short blog posts, write short articles, check websites for inappropriate content, maintain company social media outlets and more!
Of course, you can always search for a job the old-fashioned way too, either by looking at listings in a newspaper or by networking. You won't always find the best jobs in the paper, but it might be worth a try. Many local newspapers have their own job sites or partner with one of the major online job search services.
If you're looking for some other kind of specialty job I haven't mentioned here, try typing "your specialty" + "jobs" (e.g., "nursing" + "jobs") into Google or Yahoo's search engines and see what specialty job search resources might come up.
You can use Google right here: