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20 Best Job Search Web Sites

3 CommentsBy | Mar.24, 2009 | Filed in: Tips & Advices

Job hunting can be tedious and annoying if you don’t know where to look for. Usually, local papers are a good source of finding a job in your local area and they still are. They are the first place that smaller companies will advertise their jobs, but what if you want to search beyond locals? What then? Do you go out and buy every major newspapers just to see the classified jobs? Or do you find jobs through websites?

Searching for jobs is no easy task. Fortunately, PCMag.com has compiled 20 best job search through websites. Each website has its own approach when it comes to job hunting. Some may be similar and others may be unique. The important thing is jobs can be found through a few clicks away right at home or wherever you may be. Here are the list of websites where you can find jobs.

Beyond
Career Builder
Craigs List
Execu-Search
Hound
Indeed
Job Central
Job Serve
Jobster
Linked In
Monster
Oodle
On Target Jobs
Simply Hired
Snag A Job
The Ladders
Trovix
Tweet My Jobs
USA Jobs
Hot Jobs

There you have it. However you search jobs, the choice is yours. Be mindful how you approach your entire process of job interview, correspondence, resume, cover letter and so on which is another article. For now this list ought be yours to keep when you’re in the market for a job.


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Long Duong works as a Web/UI Developer for LRTS in Houston. He is also the co-founder of BE7A LLC where he build his web and design musings on the side. He is the main guy for building and maintaining the life of Houston Deaf Network website. To learn more about him, follow him through twitter @lhd73.


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3 comments on “20 Best Job Search Web Sites”




  1. Jill Womack

    Hello, I am currently a student at University of Houston. I’m looking for names of officials with an office in Houston for whom I may serve an internship to work with deaf and hard of hearing. That is coming up this fall. Any suggestions?

    Thank you,

    Jill Womack


  2. Longster

    @jill Not exactly sure who you’re looking for. Are you referring to City of Houston employment? If so, could this be what you’re looking for… http://www.houstontx.gov/jobs/ ? Best of luck!


  3. Gianni

    Have a look at SmallJob, completely free app dedicated to small jobs. You can download it from Android Play Store (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.netensify.smalljob)
    Additional infos at small job.netensify.com
    All the best
    Gianni



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