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6 Great Smartphone Apps for Job Search

Career Alley

According to an infographic on ( The Online Job Search Goes Mobile ), 77% of Job Seekers Use Mobile Job Search Apps. That is a huge number, and if you are in the 23% category (those not using mobile job search apps), you are at a serious disadvantage. Those who apply to jobs first have the best chance at an interview (assuming you are qualified). Sounds good, but which Android job search apps should you use?

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Top 10 Android Apps for Your Job Search and Personal Branding

The Undercover Recruiter

On this blog we recently featured a brilliant post which highlighted iPhone apps that aid job seekers out there, this post highlights apps for the competing Android operating system! Job seekers need every bit of help they can get to navigate today's difficult job market. A modern-day search for employment involves a lot more than just scanning the job boards and submitting a resume. Job Search by Monster Job Search.

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What Job Boards are Most Useful for Applicants?

The Undercover Recruiter

You’re looking for a new job, so the best place to turn is to the biggest and most popular job posting sites, right? Employers don’t always turn to the major job posting sites. It pays to know what type of employer is likely to post on what job sites. When it comes to general job searching, Monster , Careerbuilder , and Indeed definitely run the game. Indeed is the most all inclusive job posting board. Specialized Job Boards.

15 Things to Take Care Of While Building Your Career Online

Career Alley

Or you depending on job sites such as CareerBuilder or Monster to do your career building for you? Your career brand is not just a job application preceded by a cute letter and followed by a resume. It’s a package comprising your professional reputation, professional affiliations, recommendations, memberships, and the value add you represent to a potential employer. The best part is the connections you can build with other members and expand your professional network.

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WHY THE 2ND EDITION of Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0?

Guerrilla Job Hunting

Guerrilla Job Hunting Home Subscribe FREE-Guerrilla Job Search Tips! Mike on - The Social Network For Recruiting and HR Professionals lee steve on The Recruiters Lounge » Top 20 Common Interview Questions and Answers David Perry aka The Rogue Recruiter on New Economy Rules… Break Free : Put America back to work. David Perry aka The Rogue Recruiter on How to get a job in a recession TypePad Profile Get updates on my activity.

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20 Must Read Career Blogs for the Young Job Seeker ResumeBear makes the List

Resume Bear

Finding the right job opportunity is hard enough but it’s only half the battle. The below blogs offer more advice than any young job seeker would ever need. If you’re searching for a job or simply looking to grow where you are take some time to follow and read these great sites. Corn on the Job. Rich DeMatteo, AKA Corn on the Job, is a globally recognized Career Expert, Gen Y Career Coach, and Social Media Marketer. One Day One Job.

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The Top 50 Job Hunting Blogs

Resume Bear

There are many career-related blogs that provide helpful information by seasoned professionals, recruiters, authors, career experts, and those who want to share their own job search experiences. To jumpstart your search, we’ve compiled 50 of the best job-hunting blogs out there. Whether you have been laid off, still have a job, or have decided to pursue a different career, there is something for everyone here. The Top Five Job-Hunting Blogs.

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It Takes More Than a Resume to Get a Job

Jennifer Anthony

Whereas having a marketable resume is extremely important, a fantastic resume by itself won’t get you a job. Send it to your references It’s really helpful to give your references something to reference while they’re recommending you. It also helps jog a person’s memory about any previous jobs you may have discussed with them in the past. A rock-solid resume is essential to any successful job search.

2010 116

How to Get a Job Past the Age of 50

The Undercover Recruiter

It wasn’t just about finding a job. It was about finding a job I wanted. Preparing myself to compete in a tight job market required me to take stock of the factors that were motivating me to action. While you may feel you deserve every dollar that you made , you need to understand that if your goal is to earn “not a penny less” in your next job, you may be searching for a job for a long time. 2) Maintain your professional networks. By: U.S.

2013 87

The Evolution of Recruiting, from the Dinosaur Days to the New Social Era

Resume Bear

haha) We did use a couple of fledgling online resume databases, attend job fairs and post to online newsgroups (remember those?) Late 90′s – Mid 2000′s = The Job Board Era. Recruiters embraced this new technology, posting jobs on Monster, MonsterTrak (remember that one for college recruiting?), CareerBuilder, niche sites, local yokels, mom-and-pop sites, etc. 2010 – Onward = The Social Recruiting Era.

2011 190

Twitter Tweep Tweet Retweet… Huh??

Resume Bear

CareerBuilder’s The Work Buzz , etc. are some of my faves because I tweet about technology, social networking, recruiting, careers, etc. Tells you what some of the Twitter superstars recommend and where they find their content to share.). Social media should be just that – social. I have lists of techies, social media aficionados, recruiters/career advice folks, San Diego tweeps, etc. Who wants to just read about open jobs?