After massive layoffs, millions of people across the country are seeking job opportunities.
Years ago, the help wanted section of the newspaper was a good place to turn for employment ads. Now, finding the right place for ads can be daunting. For those in the job market, the search is a laborious process. However, the process should not be hopeless.
While some companies are closing their doors, and others are freezing the hiring process, there are a number of places you can go online to potentially nab your dream job.
Before you give up, here are a few suggestions of where to start looking for prospective employment:
Linkedin: A social networking Web site that hosts a job module that provides exclusive employments listings based on your criteria.
Monster.com: A popular Web site that provides an online listing of careers throughout the world.
USAJobs: The official web site for jobs with the Federal Government.
Simply Hired: The Web site searches more than four million job postings across the web to compile a list of job opportunities.Indeed: A one-stop shop to search all jobs online.
Career Builder: Lists more than 1.6 million employment opportunities for individuals seeking a job.