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For those in the United States take a look at Jobsearchusa.org. This is a very straight forward and easy job search website where you can browse jobs
Published on 2013-05-11 14:00:00
Check out Resumedictionary.com
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Stop looking for a job and create your own. Everyday people are starting their own businesses but this is not for the faint at heart and takes a lot of work. Usually this takes a good working business plan and some sort of finances in place. With the
Published on 2013-04-27 14:00:00
I recently found another blog similar to mine that spotlights certain job search strategies. Visit Jobsearchingstrategies.com
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Join a new group in your area. Do something different whether it be a sports club, book club, etc. This might create new ideas and will allow you to meet new people who potentially could be great networking partners. Sometimes this can be a good brea
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Take a visit to CareerCast.com
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Take a look at LocalJobUpdates.com
Published on 2013-03-23 14:00:00
Looking for a site that links to multiple search engines to save you time and
Published on 2013-03-16 14:00:00
Looking for something completely different and unusual for a job then check out UnusualJobs.org. Job ideas like jobs with animals, taxidermy, odor testers and more.
Published on 2013-03-09 14:00:00
The style and format of
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Almost all of us need a job and for those in the U.S. check out
Published on 2013-02-23 14:00:00
Do you have a Twitter account? If so check out TwitJobSearch. Type in what you are looking for and this site will bring you to job search results posted on Twitter. This is a great and unique tool.
Published on 2013-02-16 14:00:00
This is geared towards US military veterans but hope all countries have something similar to help our veterans find work. We often forget those that protect and serve in the military and sometimes their skills are unique but they are often overlooked
Published on 2013-02-09 14:00:00
Check out Career One Stop. In one stop at this website you can search for jobs, network, work on your resume, cover letter, interviewing skills and much more!
Published on 2013-02-02 14:00:00
We all know how important your resume can be and most of us are not experts
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Glassdoor.com recently came up with a new list of the 50 most common interview questions. Questions on topics like strengths,
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Simple and to the point, sign up and start applying for jobs at
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For those in the UK check out
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Take a look at www.ihire.com
Published on 2012-12-22 14:00:00
Typo's, attempting one size fits all, bad objectives, lack of specifics and more can all kill your resume. Click here
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For those in the States check out job search engine America's Job Exchange. Find jobs by keyword, job title and location. In addition you can post your resume, receive jobs via email, find career related articles and much more!
Published on 2012-12-08 14:00:00
Sometimes smaller job search engines can find you more local positions such as JobsOnline.net. Search by job title, keywords or company, select your zip code and you're off and running. Sign up for an account and see the full list of opportunities in
Published on 2012-12-01 14:00:00
No longer just for connecting with friends and games, social media websites are fast becoming great places to find jobs. I have reviewed the three biggest Linkedin, Twitter
Published on 2012-11-24 14:00:00
I recently came across another great job search engine called Jobofmine.com. Here you can search jobs by country, salary, occupation, employer type, company name
Published on 2012-11-17 14:00:00
Another powerful job search website you should check out is Jobs.net
Published on 2012-11-10 14:00:00
For those with specializations in programming, coding, designing
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Looking for something new or something off the beaten path then check out Odd Job Nation. Search jobs, post jobs, check out related articles and more!
Published on 2012-10-27 14:00:00
For those mothers looking for some extra income check out WHAM.com. Check out work at home jobs, business opportunities and much more!
Published on 2012-10-20 14:00:00
Time is money. Don't miss your big opportunity so always be early. Apply for positions as soon as they are listed or you get a notification. Call and email back replies to HR reps as soon as possible. With so many people looking for jobs sometimes it just comes down to timing. If you are the first or early to apply, reply or get back to someone you might have an advantage especially if the position needs to be filled quickly. Don't waste time!
Published on 2012-10-13 14:00:00
Looking for telecommuting, part-time, freelance or flextime jobs but don't want the hassle of finding bogus get rich quick work from home scams then check out
Published on 2012-10-06 14:00:00
Check out the top 50 job board websites
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Do you have a unique talent or hobby? Do you blog, then search for some freelance writing opportunities. Are you the jokester, then try your luck at comedy clubs. Sports junkies try finding work with local sports organizations as a coach. These might be temporary or part-time positions but you never know if it will turn into something more and it's already something you enjoy so why not capitalize on your hidden talents or hobbies?
Published on 2012-09-15 14:00:00
I recently read an article about interview tips and thought I'd share some reminders
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To our friends to the north in Canada check out Workopolis.com. Browse jobs, post a resume, check out the career resources and don't miss the great job search automation tools.
Published on 2012-08-25 14:00:00
Looking for some extra money while in between primary jobs or careers? Take a look at 33 side jobs by faithandfinance.org. Try ideas like freelance writing, starting an eBay business, babysitting, snow removal and many more.
Published on 2012-08-18 14:00:00
I once visited the topic of international jobs but this time I have a job search engine to find these jobs at Internationaljobs.com. Search for jobs by country, region and keywords. Check out the tools, tips and articles on this site as well. You never know what might be waiting for you in another country if you are up for the change in location.
Published on 2012-08-11 14:00:00
Check out Salary.com
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Streamline your job search by using the top eight job search engines listed by About.com. All unique and powerful resources to help land you your next job.
Published on 2012-07-28 14:00:00
Got a few minutes to kill? Take your job search on the go with mobile apps. With technology going more mobile these days check out these job hunting apps
Published on 2012-07-21 14:00:00
I stumbled upon Passive Panda's website
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New jobs are always being added at this great resoure, Job.com! Click the banner above, post your resume for free and start searching for jobs now!
Published on 2012-06-30 14:00:00
Take a look at Career-resumes.com. Get a free resume critique, view sample resumes and cover letters, get a LinkedIn makeover and many more resouces available at this website.
Published on 2012-06-23 14:00:00
Track your job search as you go along so you can easily find contact names, positions and companies. Use a log book or computer spreadsheet so you don't lose valuable time and contacts. You can also use this to revisit old job submissions to follow up on. It might seem unimportant now but in the long run it might just come in handy when you least expect it. This can ultimately be used as a reference for future job searches too.
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Take a look at the job search engine LinkUp
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These days we rely on technology more than ever and it makes things less personal. If you have a mailing address or phone number of a hiring manager try mailing your resume directly or picking up the phone and calling. These old fashioned job search techniques may just show the hiring manager your interest in the position and get your name to the top of the list.
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Check out Fastcompany.com
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Pretty much everyone gets annoyed by advertisements at one point or another but some can be useful. Visit some of our useful ads under job resources to the right by clicking on the
Published on 2012-05-19 14:00:00
Check out 50 great job search tips from New Grad Life
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Check out the employment website Jobster.com. Create a profile, browse job categories and search for jobs at this job website that has been around since 2004.
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Check out the Job Search Guy. Joe Turner has been featured on countless job sites offering resume services, interview preparation, job search tips, career coaching and much more.
Published on 2012-04-28 14:00:00
Check out resunate.com
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In a tough job market like these days it can take an extended amount of time to find a job in your field. If you are still not working and bills are piling up you might need to take a part-time job, general labor job or something to hold you over. Don't get in over your head, plan ahead and know your financial situation at all times. Be realistic and know when it's time to pick up an alternative job. Always have a plan B.
Published on 2012-04-14 14:00:00
If you receive multiple job interview opportunities
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Check out Job-hunting-tips.com, a guide from a recruitment expert by the name of David Carter. David walks you through topics like finding jobs, social networking, interview tips, job scams, thank you letters and much more. Check out his wealth of free information on job hunting.
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One of our readers recently shared with us the website Resume-Builder.net
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I have featured a few books related to job searches and resume writing but definitely check out this list
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Mistakes happen but avoid this list here and you will have a good jump on other job seekers. Click on each topic for even more information regarding mistakes like failing to research the company, not having an online presence, checking for typos and much more.
Published on 2012-03-03 14:00:00
JobsOnline.net is simple and to the point. Just type in a job title, keyword or company with a zip code and search. Once the results come up though they do ask for you to sign up for a free account to view the detailed results.
Published on 2012-02-25 14:00:00
Check out Jobdig.com, a career search and employment guide. Search for jobs, get career advice and much more at this job website.
Published on 2012-02-18 14:00:00
When interviewing most of us use our common sense on things not to say but many of us get nervous or might be new to interviewing. Check out this list of things not to say during an interview including criticizing former employers, slang words, mention of pay and benefits before they tell you and more. Some of these things may sound obvious but take a quick look and remind yourself so you don't slip on the big day of your interview.
Published on 2012-02-11 14:00:00
Everyone has different personal and professional backgrounds so glad to see websites like Goodwill.org helping those that are immigrants, people with criminal backgrounds, people with disabilities, seniors, veterans and the youth find jobs and careers. They will help your job search, build a resume, practice for interviews and more.
Published on 2012-02-04 14:00:00
Need some help finding a job? Check out eJobCoach.com for some new ideas. Find job search services, at-home guides, job search resources and much more.
Published on 2012-01-28 14:00:00
I came upon a newer job search website called iSeekJob.com the other day so thought I'd pass it along. Search for jobs by job type and state. Check out the employer directory and post your resume on this site as employers post directly to this website as well.
Published on 2012-01-21 14:00:00
Found this useful article 37 ideas to grow your job search network right now. Ideas like easy to remember email address, use social media websites, participate in industry forums and more. Check out this great list now!
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For those just coming out of college take a look at Aftercollege.com. Find entry level jobs, internships, resume information, interview information, salary information and much more on this website. This is a good starting point for recent grads wondering what to do next.
Published on 2012-01-07 14:00:00
Keep a list of jobs you apply for and the names, phone numbers and email addresses of the people you contact, interview with and network with. You never know when a new opportunity might arise so having this list handy could make the difference in finding a new job or missing a big opportunity.
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Practice interviewing with sample questions from a friend can help relax your nerves so you are more prepared during the actual interview. Try these sample interview questions to get you started.
Published on 2011-12-24 14:00:00
We have explored most of these items before but it's always good to review ways to prepare for a job interview. Read this article or watch the video for tips like dressing professionally, researching the company before an interview, preparing for the interview and practice interviewing.
Published on 2011-12-17 14:00:00
Whether your new or a seasoned pro at writing resume's, guidelines and tips are always changing. Check out http://www.howtowritearesume.net/ for resume building, resume tips and tricks, sample resume templates and much more. Resume's are generally your first communication with a potential employer so do your homework to get this right the first time.
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Check out WAHM.com for jobs at home. This site is a great resource for finding work at home jobs but always research these types of jobs first. You should never had to pay money or fees and if it seems too good to be true then it probably is. Most of these jobs are part-time and have minimal hours but can help bring in extra income and have flexible hours. Always worth a shot to try every avenue when searching for jobs depending on what you are looking for.
Published on 2011-07-02 12:00:00
Check out Bright.com. A social job site that makes landing your dream job much more possible. It will show you relevant jobs based on previous work experience and connect you with friends you have at those companies.
Published on 2011-06-25 12:00:00
Jobs.net is another good job search engine. Search jobs by keywords, location, category and more. Post a resume, find career advice, job resources, job fairs and more at this all encompassing website.
Published on 2011-06-17 21:33:00
Job searches are taking longer these days so you need to keep your spirits up while on the job hunt. Millions of people have gone through this before you and millions more will after you but you can do these ten things to keep yo
Published on 2011-06-10 19:52:00
JobMob is another similar blog to this that offers ideas, thoughts and countless other ways to seek out employment. This site could keep you busy for days and well worth reading the unique methods for finding jobs and more.
Published on 2011-06-03 19:46:00
I stumbled upon another job search engine called Bright.com. Search by job title, keywords, industry and location. Sometimes simple is good.
Published on 2011-05-28 10:00:00
While you're doing your ultimate job search don't forget side jobs. Bring in some extra income with some great ideas from side job ideas.
Published on 2011-05-21 10:00:00
Turn a hobby into a career. This can be tricky and only advisable if you have the time, money and resources. Drastic changes to follow your dream could pay off in the long run. If you do what you love you will never work another day
Published on 2011-05-14 13:00:00
Resumecoverletters.org is a great starting point for writing your cover letter. They give you tips on how to write a cover letter, best uses, tips and types. Also offered here are resources for job search preparation, finding a job,
Published on 2011-05-06 20:26:00
Found a free resume creator at resumizer.com which helps with layouts, styling and more. In addition they also have resources for making cover letters, reference pages, business cards, a list of employers and a free job search. Try t
Published on 2011-05-01 14:44:00
Let's face it we can all use help with our resumes. Check out resume-help.org for resume writing tips, resume writing services, free resume examples and many other job tools at this informative website.
Published on 2011-04-24 14:38:00
Getmeajob.com is a simple website for job seekers and employers to find each other. They include job searches, tips, a salary wizard and more. Check them out now!
Published on 2011-04-17 15:39:00
I recently found a great article about building your job search network. This 37 item list includes such ideas as using Twitter, business cards, attending industry conferences and plenty of other unique and great ideas. Read the full arti
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Check out Jobmonkey.com for summer and seasonal jobs, internships and cool careers worldwide. Now is the time to start looking before summer hits.
Published on 2011-04-02 12:00:00
We try to mix things up a little so here is one for those executives and people who command jobs that pay $100K and up. Check out theladders.com for those big paying jobs. Different levels of membership allow job searches, advisors,
Published on 2011-03-26 23:47:00
Check out Getthejob.com. Search for jobs, salary listings, connect with career experts and check out all the career resources as well.
Published on 2011-03-18 19:07:00
Well finding a job is not always that easy so stay positive. I recently found another job search engine worth checking out called Find a Job Already. Simple, free and you can search by job title, keywords and location.
Published on 2011-03-12 17:21:00
Check out the 49 best ways to find a job in today's horrible economy. Learn about job search basics, resume rules, cleaning up your web trail and much more.
Published on 2011-03-06 16:03:00
Found another great job website called Employment Spot. Check it out for a wealth of information and sure to keep you busy hours upon hours.
Published on 2011-02-27 14:11:00
Found a good article about job search strategy myths. Check out this article here.
Published on 2011-02-19 15:22:00
In this day and age with less job openings and more unemployed, timing is everything! As soon as you find a job posting submit your resume and cover letter as soon as possible. If a company calls be sure to pick up the phone rig
Published on 2011-02-11 20:23:00
Most national governments also have job listings. These can be more competitive but for some this might be a dream career. Check out USA Jobs!
Published on 2011-02-04 19:27:00
Check out Juju job search engine for more job leads. Browse jobs by category, location, company and keywords.
Published on 2011-01-28 21:56:00
Found another online website focused on finding jobs called Job-Hung.org. Here you can search for jobs, find a employer directory, create a resume, guides to surviving layoffs and career changes and much more. Every source is a potential
Published on 2011-01-22 11:00:00
On behalf of CareerBuilder, Harris Interactive conducted a recent survey of hiring managers to uncover the most common mistakes job seekers make during interviews. You might be shocked to read some of the obvious things to avoid.The top mistake
Published on 2011-01-15 12:00:00
I recently came across an article that lists seven things to leave off you resume. You may be aware of some of these items but maybe not all of them so check out this article with explanations here.
Published on 2011-01-07 18:07:00
For most people when you lose a job the most important thing at that time is to find a new job. It takes times to find a decent job and the more effort you put towards your search the better off you will be. Treat your job search as a job
Published on 2011-01-01 12:00:00
One of the most popular job hunting books around received a second edition in 2009. Authors Jay Levinson and David Perry share their tips, tricks and tactics for landing a job. They explore the use of the internet, resume makeovers, self
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Tired of endlessly going back to the same job boards or company websites? Most allow you to set up job alerts using criteria you set. What does this mean? When a job that matches your criteria is open these alerts will notify you by
Published on 2010-12-17 21:18:00
Seek out the hiring manager for the position you are applying for. With so many people applying for the same job most resumes are overlooked. Instead of sending off your resume blindly see if you can find out who the hiring mana
Published on 2010-12-10 20:19:00
Check out the Riley Guide. This site provides a wealth of free career and employment information. They have resources including how to search for a job, resumes and cover letters, networking, salary guides and much more. Take some t
Published on 2010-12-04 12:00:00
Times and jobs are always changing but current trends point towards social marketing and technology. Indeed.com, a search engine that pulls job listings from thousands of places recently listed the ten most frequent keywords found in these job
Published on 2010-11-27 12:00:00
Keep your resume up to date even if your not searching for a job. You never know when you may need to provide your resume and this is something you don't want to rush so be prepared ahead of time. A resume tells a potential employer