10 websites every job-seeker must use

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When searching for a job, it is better to use every resource you have. This list includes some of the traditional job boards like Monster and Indeed, some new comers like Recroup and some professional networking giants like Linkedin.1). Lin...
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When searching for a job, it is better to use every resource you have. This list includes some of the traditional job boards like Monster and Indeed, some new comers like Recroup and some professional networking giants like


Linkedin.1). Linkedin ( www.linkedin.com) – Linkedin is not just world's biggest professional network but is also an big information hub. Candidates can find various job opportunities, connect with companies and recruiters. 1000's of new jobs are posted on Linkedin every day which gives job seekers an opportunity to constantly search and apply for new jobs.


2). Indeed – ( www.indeed.com) – Indeed works not just as a job board but also as a job search engine there are more jobs on this site than anywhere else.


3). Recroup – (www.recroup.com) – Recroup is not a job board; it is defiantly a career Launchpad. Recroup give job seekers an opportunity to stand of from the crowd. At Recroup, job seekers receive badges on their online activities. But the most innovative feature is the challenges. At Recroup, companies post challenges to hire right talent. So, never make a resume again. Login to Recroup, take a challenge and show your caliber to potential employers.


4). Glassdoor – ( www.glassdoor.com) – Unlike most of the site Glassdoor give job-seekers inside look on the company, its culture, salary and people.


5). Monster – ( www.monster.com) – Monster is undoubtedly the largest job site in the market. Most of the job seekers start their job search with monster. Monster in one of the few sites which gives jobs from almost every place in the world and search filters can help you narrow down your search.


6). Career Builder – ( www.careerbuilder.com) – Career Builder is also the big player in the market. Thousands of jobs added every day from around the globe.


7). Simply Hired – ( www.simplyhired.com ) – Simply Hired is a job search engine. Just by entering keywords and locations you will get targeted job results. Simply Hired takes the pain away from going through multiple sites to search job.


8). Mashable – ( www.mashable.com) – Though Mashable is a social media news site but it has a very active job board and large number of companies are using their platform to find talent. It cannot be more fun to search jobs while you read the latest news.


9). Linkup ( LinkUp.com ) – Link is a job search engine which indexes hidden jobs from website of small, mid-size and large companies. These jobs are usually not visible and hard to find by candidate.


10).Intenships (Internships.com)– Internships is highly targeted site to find full time or part time internships for college students. Since, most of the big players are full of full time positions Internships can be really helpful for college students seeking internships and gain experience.

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