Aug 02, 2012 02:18 PM EDT
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Job Searching Tips: 10 Websites That Can Help You Land A Job

By Donovan Jackson

 

Graduates ready for what the world has to offerGraduates ready for what the world has to offer

 

In possibly one of the toughest economies since the great depression, attempting to find work can appear to be bleak, feel defeating, and sound impossible. However, companies are still hiring.

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When searching for a job these days, remaining relentless, persistence and disciplined are traits that are sure to help someone find work.

Having access to a computer is the main ingredient in the recipe for a finding a job. Listed below are websites that constantly post new and available positions within companies.

1)      www.indeed.com

2)      www.collegerecruiter.com

3)      www.simplyhired.com

4)      www.experience.com

5)      www.snagajob.com

6)      www.aftercollege.com

7)      www.monster.com

8)      www.careerbuilder.com

9)      www.jobs-to-careers.com

10)   www.careerrokie.com

All of the following websites have settings geared to helping you find the type of job tailored to your past and future career endeavors.

Lastly, one thing to remember while searching for jobs is that it is not an overnight process and will require some time.

According to the U.S. Department of Education, 1.5 million students graduate from college with their bachelor degree and about 700,000 with associate degrees. This means that there will be a lot of competition for open positions within companies. It would prove beneficial and wise to proceed searching for careers with a cut throat "Darwinism" type of attitude, survival of the fittest.

Education does not cease to exist for a person once they have walked across the stage of their graduation ceremony. Keeping yourself up-to-date with the latest and most innovative information in your field will help position you ahead of the competition and help increase your marketability to an employer.

Lastly, remember to read as much as possible. Technological advances in degree programs that the class of 2012 did not learn due to the information not existing at the time, will surely be on the final exams for the class of 2013.

 

 

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