Sites to Visit When Looking for a Job 

At the beginning of your job search the wealth of knowledge on the internet can be overwhelming. There are sites that can help you accomplish specific things during your job search. There are plenty of resources out there to help you, here are a few sites to start with:

  • Workstir – Connects individuals with trusted service providers within their area and expertise. Sign up to offer a service and make some extra money during your time of unemployement.
  • LinkedIn – No matter where you are in your job search or if you are not even looking, LinkedIn is a great social media tool for your career.
  • MeetUp – The world’s largest network of local groups. Meetup makes it easy for anyone to organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting up face-to-face. Use this site to learn about the networking events in your area.
  • Simple Hired, Indeed and other Job Aggregators – As many know these sites pull from majority of other job boards and from company job boards. There is no need to spend hours going from site to site, start here.
  • Glassdoor – Glassdoor is your free inside look at jobs and companies. Salary details, company reviews, and interview questions — all posted anonymously by employees and job seekers.
  • The Ladders – Connect with 19,803 employers and recruiters. See only the jobs and recruiters that work with your goals. Sharpen your resume with in-house experts. Find your next step with a Certified Career Advisor.
  • – Allows you to research companies, jobs, salaries, connect to recruiters anonymously and more.
  • – Assists you in managing your job search or in your already existing career. This organization and time management site is just what you need to be sure you are on top of your job search.

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