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Four Best Places to Search Online for Jobs

By Chip Rogers Posted May 31, 2013 10:41am (EDT)
Where to Look Online is Critical to Job Search Success

Where to Look Online is Critical to Job Search Success


The job hunting season for college graduates is in full swing.

P.C. magazine has recently released their top job hunting tips for new graduates. Included in the overall list are the four top places to search online when looking for a new career.

1. General Job Websites – PC Mag Top 10

a. Indeed.com

b. SimplyHired.com

c. LinkedIn.com

d. CareerBuilder.com

e. Monster.com

f. Craigslist.org

g. GlassDoor.com

h. Dice.com

i. MediaBistro.com

j. TweetMyJobs.com

2. Field-Specific Job Websites - sites that cater to your area of expertise; for example, JournalismJobs.com for journalists,

3. Location-Specific Job Websites - for example, practically everyone in the San Francisco Bay area posts on Craigslist.org, even if they also post to other sites

4. Social Networks - Facebook, Twitter; which may also include email.

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