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Best Ways and Places to Research Your Target Employers

Executive Career Brand

Savvy executive job seekers know that the very first steps in landing a great-fit job are TARGETING (selecting, say, 10-15 employers that you feel will provide the kind of job you want) and then RESEARCHING each one for industry and company market intelligence. Latest industry trends.

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Job Search – There Must be an App for That – Part 2 of 5

Career Alley

I was looking at the LinkedIn “find jobs” tab (found under “Jobs” at the top of your LinkedIn page), did a quick search and found a job opportunity that looked like it would be a perfect fit for me. You can set email alerts and pick your industry from the app.

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40 Tips for Older Job Seekers That Actually Get Results

JobMob

Get a forward-facing resume. Midlife job seekers need a resume that looks forward, not backward. Think about the skills you have that are transferable to another industry or profession; it’s never too late to find a dream job. Focus your resume. “Overqualified?”

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6 Job Search Board Resources to Focus Your Job Search

Career Alley

You should consider: Industry – There are some job boards that focus on specific industries (a quick search will let you know which sites focus on your industry, but one example is Accountingjobstoday.com). Take a look at 8 LinkedIn Features You Need to Know About.

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Thousands of Jobs if You Know Where to Look

Career Alley

With that in mind, there are still thousands of jobs out there to be had in both traditional industries and new industries. From leveraging recruiters (very expensive) to job search boards like SimplyHired or Indeed.com. And , you don’t have to post your resume on this site.

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Exciting Mobile Recruiting News from MREC

Resume Bear

Now in its third year, MREC is the industry’s first and leading mobile recruiting conference in North America. 1/3 of SimplyHired traffic comes from mobile. More than 30 percent of members who view jobs posted on LinkedIn come from mobile devices.

Hired Help – Job Search Made Easy

Career Alley

And, if you were interested in working for a specific company, you would have to go to that company’s HR department, fill out an application and then leave a resume (which would have been “offset printed” on nice paper). This meant typing your resume, having it printed (as in at a printing shop), typing mailing labels (as in on a typewriter). MyJobApps – This website provides a central place to find specific jobs, companies or industries and job applications.

Job Search – There Must be an App for That – Part 2 of 5

Career Alley

I was looking at the LinkedIn “find jobs” tab (found under “Jobs” at the top of your LinkedIn page), did a quick search and found a job opportunity that looked like it would be a perfect fit for me. You can set email alerts and pick your industry from the app.

27 Job Search Boards and Thousands of Jobs

Career Alley

Simplyhired.com - Not the same offering as Monster and CareerBuilder, Simplyhired has a simple interface and over 4 million jobs. LinkedIn.com – Not just a place to meet up with your current or former office mates, job search is a big part of LinkedIn’s value proposition. Job Boards by Industry: CampusRN.com – Healthcare. Foodservice.com – Food industry. Thousands of Resumes, So Little Time.

HireCentrix Forum :: Topic: Fantastic Recruiting and Job Hunt tools.

HireCentrix

pSSHaQ Adds a toolbar to Firefox which allows you to import candidates, contacts, resumes, jobs and companies directly into your CATS Applicant Tracking System account from popular websites like LinkedIn.com and job boards in just a few clicks. GoOctopus Job Search Toolbar :: If you want to maximize your job search, here is the tool that help you search jobs on Indeed, SimplyHired, CareerJet, JuJu, and also Big job boards like Monster and CareerBuilder. Be our Friend.