What is the best source to look for a job?
I wanna help some of my friends to seek for a job. Some of them have gone directly to the companies and have applied for a position, but not reply yet. What do you suggest?
You can try online job websites, like CareerBuilder, Monster, or HotJobs. Those websites require you to set up a profile and fill out your whole resume/CV on there. Otherwise you can go directly to the companies that you are interested in applying to online and see their Career, Jobs or Employment links for any jobs. You can also call these companies to see what positions are still available and apply online or in person based on your qualifications. Good luck!
by MRobert2011 7 years ago
In my opinion, it is NOT through sites like Monster and CareerBuilder. I recently read a stat that said only 4% of job seekers found a job through the online job boards.
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