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Popular Products in BooksThe Bottom Line If you have lots of time to search job listings, try the bigger sites, but if you want a quicker way, choose a industry or location specific site.
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There are many job search sites out there, each with their own gimmick. The one thing that is true of almost all of them is that they are more concerned with the employer than the job seeker. It is the employer (or in many cases, recruiter) that pays to be listed there or to search the resumes. Because of this the job sites are less concerned with giving job seekers quality job matches and more with giving employers the most exposure possible.
To avoid receiving tons of job matches that will take you hours to sift through without finding very many that interest you, try looking at industry specific or location specific job boards. There are plenty of them out there. Just do a search for accounting jobs, tech jobs, jobs in California, or whatever. It is also helpful to search for sites that do more than just a job search. Try looking for a career management service or career services.
Here are a couple sites with career resource listings that can point you in the right direction– http://www.careermanage.com/resources.asp, http://jobs.asiaco.com/resources/, http://www.911employment.com/, http://www.gwu.edu/~career/links.htm.
Your local Work Force Development site may also be helpful.
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