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6 Alternatives to Job Search Boards

Career Alley

Without a doubt, job search boards are the number one tool that people use for their job search. Which is exactly why you should be looking at some of the other job search alternatives that are available to you. Let’s face it, crowds of job searchers means more competition (which is not what you want when conducting a job search). That being said, where else can you look for a job (and why)? Why go to a job fair?

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A Fresh Look at Job Search

Career Alley

Job search is no different, and the Internet helps fuel this change. It is almost the two year anniversary of CareerAlley and I’ve watched the explosion of new job search sites, the growth of technology in job search and the sharing of ideas that would not have been possible ten years ago. Today’s post is all about a “fresh look at job search&#. Post your resume, promote your resume and manage your search.

2010 197

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Thousands of Jobs if You Know Where to Look

Career Alley

Although the unemployment rate has improved over the last few years, there still appears to be a shortage of jobs for those who want to work (or get a new job). I say “appears” because there are jobs out there (if you know where to look and have the right skills). One issue is “job mismatch” right jobs, wrong skills. Another issue is not knowing where (or how) to find jobs that might match your skills. HOW TO FIND A JOB?

2014 281

Attack of the Killer Job Search Methods That Don't Work (But Every.

Competitive Resumes

The Voice Of Job Seekers.from the page of an empathetic resume writer. The Voice of The Job Seeker Blog. Today’s job seeker must manage more than his or her résumé, cover letter, references on web job boards. The complex lives of the unemployed and underemployed have solutions but will not simplify thedaily complicated challenges confronting all job seekers. People search a lifetime to find the perfect career. No job interview.

2010 109

Seasonal Jobs are Available Year-Round – Here are Some Examples

Career Alley

Seasonal jobs are temporary job openings that last for the duration of a respective season. Employees who are hired during the holiday season are usually kept until early or mid-January and then their temporary jobs end. This seasonal job lasts from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Delivery Jobs. Two qualifications for most seasonal delivery jobs are the ability to lift packages and a license to drive a large delivery truck. Attend a seasonal job fair.

2012 271

How To Maintain Your Focus While Hunting For Full-Time Jobs

Career Realism

At a time when so many are out of work at home and around the globe, the daily job hunt grind can get frustrating very quickly. Whether you’re looking for sales jobs, media jobs, social worker or engineer jobs, it’s essential that you maintain your focus during your job search. Finding a new job can take quite some time in even the best economic environments, but finding a new job when unemployment is high, as it is right now, can take months.

2013 76

55 Hidden Job Finding Tips WITHOUT Using Social Media

JobMob

What if your next job was hiding right in front of you? Hidden jobs defined. Many jobs are never advertised anywhere. Those are the hidden jobs. The #1 reason to aim for a hidden job. So where are the hidden jobs? 55 tips to find hidden and unpublicized jobs.

The Career Path of a Human Resources Manager

Career Realism

This is a true story as told to DiversityJobs.com where you can find helpful career interviews and job search advice in your desired industry. As a result, I travel to college campuses and job fairs looking for ideal candidates. On a scale of one to ten I would rate my job satisfaction as an eight or nine. A lot of people are fulfilling their dreams by getting a job with our company and it is simply amazing to be a part of that.

2012 64

The Career Path of a Human Resources Manager

Career Realism

This is a true story as told to DiversityJobs.com where you can find helpful career interviews and job search advice in your desired industry. As a result, I travel to college campuses and job fairs looking for ideal candidates. On a scale of one to ten I would rate my job satisfaction as an eight or nine. A lot of people are fulfilling their dreams by getting a job with our company and it is simply amazing to be a part of that.

2012 63