If you are like many others, you are searching for a job. And like many others, you may also have decided to go online to expand that search for gainful employment. There are many job sites that are well known to everyone and then there are some that are a bit off the beaten path.
In any event, looking for online places to find gainful employment should not be like a full-time job in and of itself. There are many places to search and ways to find those places.
CareerBuilder is one of the largest career-building websites. CareerBuilder is dedicated to helping employers match their needs with potential employees. CareerBuilder is also one of the first career web platforms providing needs for both employers and employees on a highly satisfactory level.
FlexJobs is an innovative website that provides genuine work-from-home telecommuting jobs in many categories. Not only does FlexJobs provide valid telecommuting positions, this site also offers opportunities for part-time employment seekers and freelancers. Jobs are carefully screened through FlexJobs’ rigorous standards and this is a great way to get your feet wet in the online employment search.
Monster offers unique and innovative approaches to employment in that it equally caters to both the employer and the employee. Monster has been around for quite some time and is dedicated to making certain that both the employee and employer are equally satisfied. On Monster, you can upload your resume and have employers search you out, as well as let Monster’s technology zoom in on the right fit for the right person.
When it comes to innovation, Glassdoor has it down pat. Glassdoor is unique in that it posts comments, salaries, and reviews anonymously from present employees in an effort to give future potential employees the opportunity to view salaries, company policies, company history, and a whole lot more than your typical job description found on any other site.
Jobfox is a great resource in that it offers you the opportunity to sign up for job alerts. These job alerts will notify you when a job meeting your description and criteria becomes available. It is then up to you whether or not you wish to follow through or whether you just want up-to-the-minute information about current jobs in your area of expertise.
There are also numerous websites in the area of media, marketing, and social media, as well as freelance opportunities for writers, editors, and proofreaders. The possibilities are abundant online.