Whether you’re looking for a new job, or you just want to compare salaries, the Internet is a great way to find employment data and to search for a job. But there are so many sites, how do you know which ones are legit, and which ones have tools you can actually use? No worries! Here’s my list of the seven best job-search websites!
This was the very first job searching website I ever used, and I still love it. You can search for jobs by keyword, location, or industry, and they have a bunch of useful tools, too, like salary calculators. Their TV commercials are very clever, too, if that matters to you. **wink**
I like CareerBuilder because you can upload a resume and cover letter, and use it to apply for jobs right from the site! You can also track the jobs you’ve applied for. You can also search jobs by location and by keyword or industry, and sort them however you would like.
HotJobs is part of Yahoo, and you can tell they’ve managed this site well. I love the ease of use, and I enjoy reading the helpful articles. This week, one of the topics was “How to avoid the ‘over-qualifed’ label.” That’s completely relevant! I also like that HotJobs posts new account right there on the homepage, so you know which companies are hiring!