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Chapter 27. Online Job Hunting > The Best Career-Oriented Sites on the Web

The Best Career-Oriented Sites on the Web

There are dozens of sites on the Web where you can look for jobs—or have employers look for you, when you post your online résumé. Many of these sites let you post your résumés at no charge; most charge employers to place ads or when positions or filled. Here are some of the more popular online job sites:

  • 4work (www.4work.com), an easy-to-use search engine that lets you search for jobs by state and keyword.

  • America’s Job Bank (www.ajb.dni.us), over a million jobs online, through a partnership of the U.S. Department of Labor and various private organization.

  • BrassRing.com (www.brassring.com), specializing in jobs in the technology sector.

  • Career.com (www.career.com), an all-purpose job-hunting site for both job-seekers and employers.

  • CareerBuilder (www.careerbuilder.com), an all-purpose job-hunting site, shown in Figure 27.1, for both job-seekers and employers; lets you search job listings from more than 75 major metropolitan newspapers.

    Figure 27.1. Hunt for a job online at CareerBuilder.

  • CareerSite.com (www.careersite.com), an all-purpose job-hunting site, complete with virtual agents and virtual recruiters to match employers and potential employees.

  • CareerWeb (www.careerweb.com), an all-purpose job-hunting site with an emphasis on technical positions.

  • Futurestep (www.futurestep.com), a newer career-oriented site, run by the Wall Street Journal, focusing on executive-level positions.

  • Headhunter.net (www.headhunter.net), an all-purpose site specializing in middle- and upper-management positions.

  • Hot Jobs (www.hotjobs.com), a good site for technical and computer-oriented positions.

  • JobOptions (www.joboptions.com), formerly E-Span, one of the oldest job-search sites on the Web for job seekers and employers.

  • jobfind.com (www.jobfind.com), a full-service career-oriented site, with job listings, career news, and corporate profiles.

  • JobTrak (www.jobtrak.com), a job-listing service with designed specifically for college students and recent alumni; a service of Monster.com.

  • JobWeb (www.jobweb.com), a student-oriented career site from the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

  • Monster.com (www.monster.com), one of the Web’s largest sites for job listings; see further discussion later in this chapter.

  • NationJob Network (www.nationjob.com), an all-purpose job-hunting site for both job-seekers and employers.

  • Recruiters Online Network (www.recruitersonline.com), a site that compiles services from more than 20,000 recruiting firms.

  • Yahoo! Careers (careers.yahoo.com), offering a variety of career-related resources, including job listings and a resume-posting service; powered by Headhunter.net.


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