Career Sites: Through online sites you can build an account, post your resume, and apply to jobs ads. Additionally, because you have an account, your resume is searchable by recruiters and employers. Just ensure you have resume keywords relevant to your job title and that you update your account every 30 days so you remain active in their database. The following are suggested job sites.
Mainstream Media Career Help: News, News, and more News about job interviewing, where to find jobs, how to get a job, and how to keep yours if you have one!
Networking Sites: Via online networking, you can connect with others and expand your reach.
Podcasts/ Radio (Online):
Recruiters online: Find a recruiter near you.
List of recruiters
Resources: The following list will help you with career development, offer you guidance, and often provide links to other resourceful sites.
Salary Negotiation: Before you walk into your job interview, research current salary ranges.
Whom to follow on Twitter for career advice, resume writing tips, interview best practices and more (you can also follow me @resumeservice):
New! More Twitter Folks who tweet about careers, resumes, job hunting:
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More to come...Please email any recommendations to Rvargas@creatingprints.com
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Rosa E. Vargas
Certified Resume Writer