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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Web
Updated 05 June 2008
Beginning Your Search
Kansas job listings can be found at Kansasworks
This state-sponsored site allows you to perform advanced job searches, build and post a resume online, save job searches, create a personal profile and receive job-related emails; also provides advanced job notification for veterans, training and certification programs, and much more.
See also Wichita Help Wanted
Browse local area jobs, search for jobs, post resumes, take a free career test, and more.
And Also Jobsearch
Good practical advice on a wide range of job search-related topics along with a number of pathways to search.
Top 10 Most Popular Job Search Sites:
Over 400,000 job postings and 9 million resumes. CareerBuilder has partnered with a number of newspaper chains and local newspapers to provide local as well as national job listings. CareerBuilder has a presence in over 200 local markets.
CoolWorks specializes in seasonal jobs, so if you’re interested in summer or other seasonal jobs, this is a good place to start. Includes a free weekly email newsletter and free email account to use while searching for a job.
A straightforward bare-bones listing of job openings in cities that interest you.
Jobfox matches job seekers with employers, provides a professional web page for personal branding, and has a selection of tools, including text messaging, resume tracking, and Instant Messaging (IM) to manage your job search.
Includes millions of job listings from thousands of web sites: company career pages, job boards, newspaper classifieds, associations, and blogs. A job search can be saved as an email alert, so new jobs are delivered daily. Job seekers may also search job trends and salaries, read and participate in discussion forums, research companies and even find people working for companies of interest through their online social networks.
The top career networking site and an excellent way to connect with people who can help with your job search and/or who work at a company you're interested in. LinkedIn has a Jobs section where you can search for positions by keyword and location.
Monster or MonsterTRAK
The top job board site, with over 200,000 member companies and 61 million job seeker accounts. Positions range from hourly local jobs to professional positions in just about every career field. MonsterTRAK is the version of the Monster job board specifically for college students and recent graduates.
Search thousands of job boards, classifieds, and company sites by type of job, type of company, keyword, location, and the date the job was posted.
Snag A Job
Lists only hourly and part-time jobs, so, if you’re not looking for a full-time job, it’s an excellent site to use for job searching. You can search the job listings by zip code and sign-up to receive new job postings via email.
Yahoo! Hot Jobs
In addition to job postings, registered users can get search results automatically delivered by email, block employers from seeing their resume, create and save cover letters, and save job search results
More Job Sites To Explore:
Additional Job-Related Sites:
America’s Career Infonet
Internet Career Connection
Kansas Civil Service Jobs
National Archives & Records
National Veterans Organization
US Department of Veterans Affairs
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