If you are looking for a job, it can be tough to know where to start. The great thing to know is that you can do much of the leg work online! This is such a time saver, plus if you are smart. You will make a spreadsheet and track who you have applied with for a job.
Here’s our favorite sites:
- Indeed (This job search engine pulls job listings from across a variety of sites and publications. Tons of jobs in all fields)
- Monster.com (The bigger the city that you live in, the more openings that you will see generally. Very small locations may be grouped into a region. Lot’s of jobs)
- CareerBuilder (This job search engine pulls job listings from across a variety of sites and publications. Tons of jobs in all fields)
- US.jobs (Offered by the National Labor Exchange, this site provides access to listings of private and government employers. Also, found on the site are links to individual state job banks.)
- TweetMyJobs (Set up some simple search criteria, and this site will bring listings of job openings to you via mobile, Twitter or e-mail.)
- LinkedIn (Make your own online career profile and learn of the latest job openings across a variety of fields).
- Dice (Excellent site for searching for tech jobs. Easy to use site)
- Vault.com (In addition to job listings, find lots of job search advice and company information.)
- UpWork (all jobs are virtual. Everything from content writing to graphic design)
- USAJOBS (A site that specializes in federal job opening information via the Office of Personnel Management.)
- Elance (Helpful site for finding freelance work.)
- Guru.com (A freelance employment site with emphasis on technology, creative arts, and various other business fields.)
- FlexJobs (Source for telecommuting, part-time, and freelance positions.)
- CoolWorks.com (Check this site out for summer and seasonal job openings.)