Use the Internet to Maximize Your Job Search

In the past, looking for a job was simple: you would scour a newspaper’s Help Wanted ads and mail your resume and cover letter to a potential employer. Although job hunting has become more complex in the past several years, and more and more people are vying for fewer jobs, the enormous growth of the Internet has resulted in a plethora of web sites catering to job seekers. Here are just a few:

Perhaps the most recognizable employment website, Monster lets you search and browse jobs, post your resume, and save your job searches while offering a wealth of career tools and advice.

This site features “Job Alerts” that enable you to receive daily or weekly e-mails or text messages with the latest job openings, based on your interests.

Yahoo! Hotjobs
You can search for jobs by keyword, company or location, or select a career channel and tailor your search to just the postings in this area.
This is a premier site for information technology professionals, consistently highly rated by recruiters looking for IT talent.

An impressive collection of job openings, company information, and a variety of ways to find what you’re looking for.

Workforce New Jersey Public Information Network
“Real time jobs in demand” from the NJ Department of Labor

You can find local classifieds for more than 550 cities in more than 50 countries.
This site searches multiple sources with job listings, including newspapers, employers, and other job sites.

The Mercer County Library System also offers electronic resources that can aid in your job search. Reference USA provides detailed information on 14 million U.S. businesses, and Learning Express Library offers advice for writing effective resumes and cover letters as well as strengthening your job search, interviewing, and networking skills.

-Lisa S.


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