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How to Find A Job Online?

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The Internet offers a range of information on job vacancies. All you have to do is post your resume on the job sites and sit back to get interview calls from employers. The biggest advantage is that you can actively search for jobs and apply with a single click.

Itís easy to find employment through the internet. This article explains how to find a job through Internet job sites. All you need to do is enter your job position keyword and your location and a wide range of jobs fitting your qualifications will pop up.

Job hunting can be tedious if you do it through the newspaper ad and written application route. The major job sites have the functionality in place to upload your detailed resume. When employers need a candidate for a job they visit and search these resumes. If they find that your resume fits their expectation they contact you by email.

In online resumes you have to fill out the following sections relating to your resume.

∑ Your academic qualifications
∑ Your profession-related qualifications
∑ Your work experience
∑ References and recommendations

Once you enter your resume in the site, all you need for applying for a job and make multiple submissions of resumes is a single click.

Here are some of the online job search engines:
This job website searches thousands of job boards, classifieds, and company web sites. Advanced search options include job type, company type, keyword, location and the date the job was posted.
This website includes job listings from thousands of web sites including major job bulletin boards, big newspapers, and hundreds of associations and company career pages. Advanced search options are also available, including searching by company name, job title, or maximum commuting distance.

In this site you can perform search for jobs posted by location (city, state, zip), keyword, vicinity, and best job match. Advanced search alternatives include: state, city, radius from a city, date posted, and multiple keywords or a phrase.
This website also searches the web for job postings. Employment seekers can search by position title, city and state. Matching job leads are returned instantly via browser or email.
This website has a unique functionality. It charges the recruiter a fee and passes on half of what it earns to the job seeker. It also has detailed search interface to choose the right candidate apart from the basic functionalities that most of the sites offer.
Monster is a multi-country job site. It has branches in almost all major countries in the world. So, if you are looking for employment in a country other than yours, this is the site for you.

Job-hunting on the Internet allows you the freedom to go beyond your local job search or graduate career options. All sorts of jobs from all over the world are posted here and are just a mouse click away.

You can also save time filling out paper applications and mailing your CV by snail mail. With online job sites, employers also have the choice of receiving multiple applications and calling a wide range of candidates for interviews.

John P Matthew is a business writer, blogger and web content writer. He finds working on online media challenging and has contributed his writing to various online forums. He is one of the founding members of two writing-related message boards Caferati and Shakespeare and Company. At present he is with To get more details, please visit . Please feel free to write feedback on this article. John P Matthew can be contacted at

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