Wednesday, 25 April 2007

How to Find a Job Online

As a notorious online job hunter, I have honed this skill down to an art. I find no reason to waste your time driving around searching for jobs and looking through newspapers. All the information you need is one click away on the internet. Just make sure you don’t waste your time looking in the wrong place because you can spend hours online with no real luck.

First of all, what exactly are you looking for? You want to narrow this down to a few areas such as administrative, education, management, etc. These are just examples, and you can really pick any field you want. Next, what area of the country are you looking to find a job? Are you willing to travel? How far? You don’t want to be looking for jobs that are in California if you live in Massachusetts and have no plan of moving.

Start with the large search engines. You do not have to post a resume unless there is a specific job you want to apply to. Click on search jobs and put a couple of the fields you are interested in. Narrow down the region you want to search and start looking. A lot of times, large search engines like Monster and Careerbuilder will all have the same jobs, but feel free to look around. Another awesome resource that can be more reader friendly is craigslist. Craigslist has pretty much every area of the United States and tons of information for careers and various other odds and ends.

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