5 Must-Use Online Job Search Resources

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In the last decade we have seen the explosive growth of social media, the internet and the use of smart phones. Job seekers have also accustomed themselves with using the internet more and more in order to find and apply for jobs. 5 of the most popular online tools include Google and Indeed.com. They are the job seekers primary tools when starting a job search. Here are 5 must use online search tools:

1.Google

This is the number one online tool for any and all job seekers. It helps you find contacts, events, job fairs, industries, career niches, and other job related-information you never knew existed. However, it can be overwhelming. Type in simple phrases which include your location and job openings and go from there. This is your number one job searching tool you have at your disposal!

2.Indeed and Eluta

These are called job scrapers. They are websites that scrape all the jobs from the Internet and put it up on their site. These are great websites to look for job opportunities. These are called job scrapers. They are websites that scrape all the jobs from the Internet and put it up on their site. These are great websites to look for job opportunities. Also be sure to explore Indeed.com–they have some great job-search resources!

3.Kijiji.ca & Craigalist.ca

This is an free-ad based website where people can buy and sell items, post services they are offering etc. Kijiji.ca is also known for having a good job board. Many companies take advantage of the free job posting service to advertizing any positions they are hiring for. Be sure to check out this Canadian-based site.

4.The established job sites.

Which means Workopolis, Careerbuilder and Monster. These companies have been around for a while and although they are pretty good to check out and post up your resume there. They also have a lot of career and job-searching tips you can utilize. You can also run searches on companies and positions focusing on keywords, job information and what companies are looking for in candidates.

5.LinkedIn.

Be sure to polish and up-date your LinkedIn account and connect with professionals that you want to get to know. You can upgrade to a professional account to connect to more profiles outside your network.

 

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