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Does anyone know any good web sites to check for jobs on??


Asked by ljmommy1211 at 2:55 AM on Jun. 22, 2011 in Money & Work

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  • I have a few suggestions (I do career and job search coaching):

    Number 1 is networking; Cafemom is a start, but you need to actively seek out people and groups that can help you meet people who can connect you to someone hiring. Less the half of the available positions are posted on the job boards; you need to get out and find the others. A profile on Linkedin is a must!
    Number 2 is having a great "elevator speech". This is a 15 second introduction on who you are and what you are looking for.
    Number 3 is a great resume that tells the reader who you are, what you can do, what you have accomplished, and how you can help.
    Number 4 is great coverletters tailored to the position/company.
    Number 5 is using one of the meta search sites, like Indeed or Simply Hired, to comb the job boards for you.

    Answer by rkoloms at 8:29 PM on Jun. 22, 2011

  • Go to or just go on

    Answer by Mamita2718 at 3:59 AM on Jun. 22, 2011

  • It has been a long time since I was job hunting. When I did years ago I used sites like,, and also the local newspaper. Sometimes local tv stations websites will list jobs as well. Good luck in your search :)

    Answer by reach4thestars at 2:58 PM on Jun. 22, 2011

  • and your local online newspapers.

    Answer by sweetangie79 at 4:10 AM on Jun. 22, 2011

  • I would say craigslist, but I cannot stand the flood of direct selling they have on their now.

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    Answer by Gingerwheel at 10:24 AM on Jun. 22, 2011

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    Answer by artsygirl2010 at 4:28 PM on Jun. 22, 2011

  • If you have a list of places that are local to you, check their individual websites..lots of times they have a careers link somewhere to allow you to apply directly from their should also check craigslist, and your local employment security commission...and dont rule out temp agencies.

    Answer by sweetstkissez22 at 4:47 PM on Jun. 22, 2011