Post # 1
I was at my previous job for 5 years. I left that and took a contract job in Accounts Payable that I was hoping would turn permanent. After a year (my contract was only supposed to be for 5 months), I was told that April 1 would be the end of my contract. So now I am looking for a job. Since it’s been 6 years since I have interviewed or looked for a job I am lost. I am in touch with a few recruiters but where can I look on my own? Careerbuilder and Monster haven’t had anything lately. Any other websites I can look on? I know I will qualify for unemployment but I really need to find something since we are not a one income household.
Post # 3
try the following websites:
I would also try looking into using temp agencies, they not only do temporary job placement they do permanent as well….
Good Luck to you!
Post # 4
I generally use Indeed, since it seems to be a conglomerate of multiple posting sites. If you know of key employers in your area, you can check their websites directly as well.
Post # 5
Ditto to the above, plus try contacting your university’s career services. Mine has a website where employers can post jobs, and that’s actually where I found my new job which I will be starting in three weeks. They can also provide resume help, interview practice, and networking events.
Also, make sure you’re on linkedin!
Post # 6
Indeed is my favorite as well
Post # 7
Again, Indeed! I love it! 🙂
Post # 8
I don’t see Linked In mentioned but make sure you get on there and have a good profile. People will even seek you out that are looking for certain qualifications. It’s a huge thing in career networking these days.
Post # 9
you might also check craigslist. i have friends that have had a lot of success there.
Post # 10
LinkedIn! It’s a great place to start networking and looking for jobs. 🙂
Post # 11
Indeed – and I found my last job on LinkedIn.
Post # 12
Those are all good suggestions. Make sure your resume is up to date anywhere you can get it and people will start calling you!
Post # 13
Indeed and LinkedIn mostly.
Post # 14
Most are already covered already. Also theladders.com is good too.
I would also make a list of target companies and check their websites. Some companies dont post their jobs on outside services since they hire recruiters, but will list them on their own website.
Post # 15
I work at a university and I know all their available jobs don’t always show up on the bigger job search engines so maybe look at individual websites of universities, companies etc. in your area. I know it’s easier to look at the search engines but you may find a great job that isn’t listed on one of those Best of Luck!!!