Tech & Work
Finding a job is almost as hard as getting a job. But the sites on this list can set you on the right course, help you stay organized in your search, and provide you with leads for the type of job you’re looking for.
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Indeed is one of the most popular job search engines on the web. With an overwhelming amount of job listings, Indeed features an advanced search engine to help candidates find the right job for them. Job hunters can specify what type of job they want (full-time, part-time, contract, etc.), salary range, location, experience level, company, and more.
Additionally, users can a free profile tailored to the job they want. By simply uploading a resume and specifying what kind of jobs you are looking for, candidates can apply with one click. Job hunters also get detailed email alerts if new job postings are added that fit their search criteria.
LinkedIn is the premier site for networking. Essentially a Facebook for professionals, LinkedIn lets users create a resume-based profile, capitalizing upon work experience, skills, and experiences. What makes LinkedIn particularly unique is its freedom to add personality. Each profile has a place to put a bio, picture, and cover photo, allowing users to add a bit of their personality onto a normally plain and dry resume. An avenue of personal branding, LinkedIn is a great venue for professionals to connect with one another and establish themselves.