Thursday, April 16, 2009

Job Search Websites

Job Search Websites

Many of these popular job-search websites will allow you to create a free profile, where you can upload your resume and search for job openings. You can search by location or by job title.

1. Monster.com
2. Usajobs.opm.gov
3. Careerbuilder.com
4. Collegerecruiter.com: claims to help students find internships and entry-level jobs for recent graduates.
5. Hotjobs.yahoo.com
6. Labor.idaho.gov: Idaho Department of Labor website. Search for jobs and find recommendations for effective job searches.
7. Career.com
8. Job.com
9. Indeed.com
10. Jobcentral.com

Websites with Tips and Suggestions

1. PriceWaterhouseCoopers: "10 Tips to Recession-Proof Your Job Search" by Lindsey Pollack.
2. Rileyguide.com
a. How to Job Search
b. Before You Search
c. Sites with Job Listings
d. Resumes & Cover Letters
e. Salary Guides
3. Truecareers.com
a. Resume Help
b. Resume Writing
4. Usajobs.opm.gov
a. Student Jobs: www.studentjobs.gov.
b. Government Jobs
c. Career Exploration
d. Career Interest Guide
e. Career Interest Guide Questionnaire
f. Career Interest Areas
5. Careeronestop.org
a. Explore Careers
b. Salary and Benefits
c. Education and Training
d. Job Search
e. Resumes and Interviews
f. People and Places to Help

Other Websites

1. ISU Career Center: Find out their hours, so you can go talk to the experts. Learn how to find and prepare for internships and job opportunities. Develop interviewing skills. Search for jobs here at ISU.
2. Company websites: if you know where you want to work, try looking at well-known companies in that area to see if they have any interesting and relevant job openings. A typical search engine will help you find most company websites.
3. Industry, Trade, or Professional Associations: membership allows you access to their job-searching engines. Exs: American Engineering Association, American Bankers Association, and Chronicle of Higher Education (see their Careers section).
4. Delicious.com/sjardine/jobs. Find bookmarked websites, including the ones listed here and blogs that list even more.

Information in this post was presented during a workshop on job searching in the Eli M. Oboler Library on April 15, 2009.

4 comments:

Natarajaprabhu said...

Hi friends,
Nowadays job search is easy one.

Afra said...

Great info. The list of the Job sites are more helpful for the job seekers.
I have used one of the best job site http://cloudjobs.net which my friend suggested to me to find a perfect career in the Cloud computing.

Adonijah said...

Great list of job search sites. Here I would like to mention about a Computing Job Site, who are the No.1 Online Source for jobs in Cloud Computing, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Virtualization.

Anonymous said...

Great information and list posted here. Job Search Websites providers are big help for a job seeker to find his/her dreamed profession become applicable and beneficial.