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Reyed Mia (Apprentice, DIU)

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Tips on using a job search engine to find a job
« on: April 19, 2017, 02:41:52 PM »
Tips on using a job search engine to find a job

Find your favorite: Searching many job search engines at once for a new opportunity can be overwhelming. After checking out some of the top job search engines like Indeed or JobsWanted.com, select one or two of your favorites to use for your search efforts. Perhaps you will focus on a niche job search engine or one that has a useful "advanced search" option. Limiting the number of job search engines you use will keep you from getting overwhelmed.

Use the advanced search: Most job search engines have an advanced job search option. This is a great way to narrow down the many job listings on a job search engine. You can typically search by keyword or phrase, company, industry, or location. You can also search by salary. This is a helpful way to make sure you only look for jobs that are a good fit.

Create an account: If you find a job search engine you really like, consider registering for an account. Most job search engines allow you to register and upload a resume and cover letter. You can also typically bookmark jobs and request daily email alerts with the latest job listings.Watch out for multiple listings: One drawback to job search engines is that, because there are so many listings from multiple places, repeated listings are common. Be careful to avoid repeat listings, as well as expired job listings.

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