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Sources for Job Postings

We admit that on some of our web pages on this site, we write too much. This page will be different. You need a job. You need a source for finding a job. Following is a list of sites / resources for finding a job. You know what to do. The only advice that we will give is to use different keywords. For example, a Diagnostic Medical Sonographer may need to use search terms such as sonographer, sonography, ultrasound technician, or ultrasound technologist. If you want WORK AT HOME jobs then use keywords such as work at home, work from home, home based, or virtual. You never know for sure what words are being used in the job posting. Okay, probably we said too much.

Monster.com | Indeed | Simply Hired | Career Builder | Job-Applications.ca | Neuvoo | AllJobSearch | CareerOneStop | Job-Hunt.org | Work at Home Jobs

Monster.com. When it comes to job websites, it does not get any BIGGER than Monster.com. Besides presenting a search engine to search for jobs, this company offers plenty of job-related services that are too numerous to mention, here. It is a GREAT site for people seeking jobs and employers seeking future employees. Job seekers can post their resume while employers can post their jobs.

Monster.com for jobs in the United States.

Monster.com for jobs in Canada.

Monster.com for jobs BEYOND.



Indeed.com is another EXCELLENT top search engine for finding job ads.

Indeed.com for jobs in the United States.

Indeed.com for jobs in Canada.

Indeed.com for jobs in the United Kingdom.

Indeed.com for jobs in many other countries.


Simply Hired is kind of new, but does an excellent job of allowing you to search for job ads.

Simply Hired for jobs in the United States.

Simply Hired in Canada.

Simply Hired in the United Kingdom.


Careerbuilder.com contains a wealth of information about job-related material. Like most of the other sources, listed above, you can spend quite a bit of time at this site.

Careerbuilder for jobs in the United States.

Careerbuilder for jobs in Canada.

Careerbuilder for jobs in the United Kingdom.

Careerbuilder for jobs in other parts of the world.


Job-Applications.ca is an employment resource designed to help Canadian job seekers find work. Job-Applications.ca offers applications, job tips, company overviews and career-related articles for major businesses.


 

Neuvoo.com is an international job search website. You are able to search for jobs in a variety of countries such as: UK, Austria, Australia, Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Spain, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, USA, and South Africa.



AllJobSearch.com allows you to search over "200 websites, 500 newspapers, and 300 newsgroups, all at once."


CareerOneStop (formerly America's Job Bank) is a U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored website that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy. Please take your time to explore this site because it offers a lot of information on exploring careers, salary and benefits, education and training, resumes, and much, much more.

Make sure that you visit http://careeronestop.org/COS_Aboutus.aspx.

The State job bank search engine is located at http://www.careeronestop.org/JobSearch/COS_jobsites.aspx.


Job-Hunt.org is not a job search engine BUT it IS a TREMENDOUS website devoted, and we mean DEVOTED to helping you find a job. There are many, many links to A LOT of information related to jobs. It would take a couple of pages to write about Job Hunt.org so we will just supply you with the link and allow you to search the site: http://www.job-hunt.org.


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There are many more websites and resources "out there" that can help. However, we hope that the resources listed above are enough to help you find the job that you want OR need.

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