Get A New Job
The Internet has opened up a world of new possibilities for job seekers, as online bulletin boards listing job openings from around the globe have multiplied exponentially in the past few years. However, there are so many jobs posted in so many places now that trying to carry out a complete and thorough search on your own is like trying to find your way out of the heart of the Amazon while wearing a blindfold. Aspiring job seekers need some help to sort through this massive virtual jungle, so they do not have to waste massive amounts of time searching and searching only to miss some promising prospects simply because they didn’t know where to look.
Fortunately, there are now a number of centralized job sites available that can help eager job seekers find the best jobs available quickly and easily and below is a brief introduction to some of the better ones.
This website specializes in helping those who are looking for employment in the high-tech sector. Currently, they have about 80,000 jobs listed in the computer industry and related technological fields. Dice is searchable by different categories, including employment type, job title or skill and company location. Job seekers can upload their resumes for the perusal of interested employers or for quick and easy access when they want to attach them to a job application.
Dice also has a section offering a multitude of tips to help people have greater success in their search for employment. In addition, they have an articles section that helps those interested in the tech industry keep up with the latest news and other important developments.
Dice is attempting to appeal to a sizeable and important sector if the overall job market, and their approach to doing so is comprehensive enough to give those desiring to pursue a career in the high-tech industry all the assistance they could ever want or need.
Career Builder is a massive general-purpose jobs website that lists openings in all 50 states, as well as in selected sites internationally. Searches based on job title, keyword, or location can be performed easily, narrowing things down to a manageable level rather rapidly.
Career Builder encourages job seekers to upload their resumes for the benefit of potential employers but their resume service goes well beyond this. Career Builder’s employment consultants will critique and review your resume, offering suggestions on how it can be improved. They will also create a list of job openings they feel you would enjoy and be qualified to fill as a way to aid you in your employment search.
While Career Builder has a large listing of job openings, they are ready and prepared to offer individualized help to anyone looking to improve their chances of finding that perfect job.
The Ladders is a niche employment website, dedicated to serving those looking for executive and management positions paying more than $100,000 per year. While job searches are free, in order to actually apply for a position it is necessary to purchase a premium membership for $30 a month – which of course would be a pittance for anyone who managed to land one of the lucrative jobs advertised on the Ladders.
Among the services offered by the Ladders in return for a paid membership are free resume review and critique; phone or email services for addressing customer inquiries and most importantly, personalized services from skilled employment consultants who will help connect individual job searchers with corporate recruiters looking to find top-notch talent.
The reason the Ladders has been so successful in finding subscribers in both the US and the UK is because there are a lot of discriminating job seekers out there who appreciate personalized, highly-professional service aimed at those who will accept nothing less than the best.
This web service has taken on the task of connecting health care facilities with potential employees. Over 1500 hospitals and other care institutions have signed up with Health Care Source and there are currently 50,000 job openings listed on their jobs board for those interested in working for one or more of these health care providers.
The Health Care Source jobs board is a no-nonsense, no-frills, easily navigable site. Job searchers can simply click on the names of any health care facilities they are interested in (the facilities are organized by state) and they will be taken to a list of jobs presently available with those institutions. From that point on, the job application process with Health Care Source is as easy as 1-2-3.
Indeed is a jobs clearinghouse that allows those looking for work to organize their search by location, job title, specific employer or keyword phrase. Indeed does not accept ads for jobs themselves, rather, they collect jobs openings advertised at dozens of other places around the internet, relisting them for the convenience of those who wish to confine their searching to one centralized site. Indeed lists all the jobs in its database that fit with search terms, in a simple format similar to what is found with a Google search.
Indeed allows job seekers to post their resumes for all to see and they allow anyone searching their site to save any jobs they are interested in for future scrutiny. Because they collect job ads from so many other sites, searches performed at Indeed usually yield a cornucopia of possibilities, even for those who are looking for something that may seem a little obscure. This productivity, combined with its easy-to-read and use format, makes Indeed a premier choice for just about any kind of job seeker.
Jobs to Infinity
What we have seen is just the tip of the iceberg with regards to the number of websites out there that can help those seeking employment find the ideal job. If you are someone with a specialized skill or background, you may be able to find sites that cater to people just like you. But even if you don’t have such a skill, or are not even completely certain what kind of job you hope to find, the large centralized websites can help you tremendously as you try to navigate your way through all the jobs that are now available online. We could wish you good luck with your job search but with all the options that are out there now, we are not really sure you are going to need it.