Online Job Hunting
Internet is a great place to go for help when you're job hunting. Many
online resources include information of interest to prospective employees
including articles, tips, guides, and even entire Web sites dedicated to
providing all of the aforementioned services. Knowing where, how, and when
to look for online job postings can increase the probability of success in
your search. With all the resources available, you might never need to
leave your computer when searching for a job!
Guides Wading through all the online job resources can be frustrating,
but with a little experience and some help from the experts, you’ll be
on your way to finding the perfect job. For an introduction to the world
of online job hunting, visit www.iccweb.com/jhunt/jhunt0.htm.
Topics discussed on this page include online job banks, online job-hunting
resources, and resume posting. The PCWorld.com article “Find
the Right Job Online” by Michael Gowen can help you to focus
your online job search, saving you time and false leads. Visit the Job-hunt.org’s
Dirty Dozen Online Job Search Mistakes to find out what not to do
when you are searching for a job online. The site includes links to topics
such as how to choose a job site, how to create an Internet resume, and
how to protect your privacy while hunting for jobs online. Some online
job-hunting guides, like the Riley Guide (www.rileyguide.com),
cover specific job-hunting topics. In this case, topics include how to
prepare for a job search, how to target specific employers, and how to
sort job listings. Another comprehensive online job-hunting guide geared
towards entry-level jobs is www.collegegrad.com.
Job-Hunting Resources You can find an abundance of career advice, job
bank links, and other online job-hunting resources just by typing
“jobs” into your favorite search engine. Check out the links below for
some of the best job-hunting sites on the Web.