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Can't find a job if you don't know where to look

One of the main problems that people in search for a job encounter is not knowing where to look. We often find a couple job boards and go back to those same ones over and over. Well, here is a short list of some places that you can add to your list.
 
  • Monster.com
  • Washington.jobs.com
  • Washingtonpost.com
  • Usajobs.com
  • Careerbuilder.com
  • Nonprofit.careerbuilder.com
  • Craigslist.com
  • Jobs.com
  • Hotjobs.yahoo.com
  • Snagajob.com
  • Simplyhired.com
 
Good Luck!
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Comments

  • Rose 4 years ago

    I think it's a very small group of people who don't use all or most of these sites. The problem is there aren't many jobs out there, and because employers can be picky right now they are being picky. I have applied for less than 20 jobs, because for most of them I am fully qualified except for some software I've never heard of and could probably learn in a day. Actually I've looked up a few of those software programs and they are almost the same as the ones I have experience with. Example: Do not apply for this position unless you fulfill all of the requirements. 2+ years with....

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