Job Search Websites – This is where employers are posting! The listings even give you stats on your competition and keywords hiring managers and ATS are looking for. – Not only is this a great place to search jobs available around the nation, it is a great website for job descriptions and identifying keywords for your Areas of Experience section. – Monster is a fun site to search for jobs. They also have education that is helpful for the job seeker. – This is an awesome site for job search, reading reviews on employers,  and identifying salary ranges. It gives you the opportunity to rate your past employers and to contribute to the database. – Have you every dreamed have working from home? For a small membership fee, this website has a list of jobs available with unique flexible working arrangements – remote, telecommute, part time, shared, etc. – Many of my clients use this website to scan job postings, read educational materials and obtain a resume evaluation.

Online Profiles – This is an absolute “must do” to be seen and taken seriously. Recruiters use this site to find candidates for open positions. Employers use this site to post jobs. And, when you submit your resume for an open position posted anywhere, recruiters and hiring leaders go to LinkedIn to learn more about you. (Click Here to learn how to obtain a free LinkedIn profile creation or update.)

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