preethi M.

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what are some of the best sites for finding job postings?

should i use any other job posting site other than indeed. does different job posting sites have different jobs listed ? #engineering #jobs #career-counseling #career-path #software #software-engineering #software-development #career-development

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Hi, You have good answer above but I will add that Indeed.com and Simplyhired.com are good as well. It really depends on what type of job you are looking for, Snagajob.com can be good for local, entry level jobs as well. Sometimes there are specific job search sites for certain career fields too. Good luck!

Last updated Mar 16 '17 at 14:42

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LinkedIn, Facebook, and going onto the website of the particular company you are interested in.

Last updated Mar 20 '17 at 07:41

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Hi!

Monster.com and LinkedIn are good places to start also. LinkedIn allows you to build a profile and network with others while looking for a job. Also, if you know of a company that you are interesting in working for, you can usually find career opportunities right on their websites.

Hope this help, good luck!

Alaine

Last updated Mar 16 '17 at 14:29

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Some great websites to consider are: Career Builder.com MonsterJobs.com SimplyHire.com usajobs.com snagajob.com

Some great Social Media Sites to consider are: LinkedIn.com --> If you do not have an account, it might be a good idea to look into one. Start your networking early to help you along the way Facebook.com --> Believe it or not, some companies are using Facebook to post positions from their pages Twitter.com --> Twitter is always a good place to look for jobs as well

I hope this helps and good luck with everything!

Last updated Mar 17 '17 at 09:25

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Hi! Preethi!

You asked an interesting question.

Most people find jobs through interpersonal networking - not through the web. Networking allows personal interaction through which you can gain a valuable real time exchange of ideas. We are becoming too addicted to the electronic impersonal approach and are losing out in the end.

Here are some good networking tips: http://www.wikihow.com/Network https://www.themuse.com/advice/nonawkward-ways-to-start-and-end-networking-conversations https://www.themuse.com/advice/4-questions-to-ask-your-network-besides-can-you-get-me-a-job?ref=carousel-slide-1 https://www.themuse.com/advice/the-job-search-strategy-thatll-make-you-15-times-more-likely-to-be-hired

Here are some good ways to use networking: - talk to your school adviser about becoming involved in coop, intern, shadowing, and volunteer programs that will enable you to interact and learn to know people in your area of interest - talk to the head of alumni relations at your school to arrange to talk to graduates working in your area of interest to see what they do, how they got there, what advice they have, and how you feel about it - talk to your school adviser and the reference librarian at your local library to locate and attend meetings of professional organizations to which professionals in your area of interest belong, so you can mix and mingle and learn about opportunities through them.

Let me know if and how this is of help. Keep me informed. I would like to follow your progress.

Last updated Mar 16 '17 at 14:27

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