Give it a go.
After reading over some peers’ job searching mishaps/confusion, I have decided to post a tid-bit of advice. Besides going to company websites, submitting your resume and cover letter, and anxiously waiting by your phone/email for some sort of response, I have run across a few websites that may help those active in the job search.
Places To Post Your Resume:
Websites To Use When Conducting a Job Search:
1. indeed.com (Thank you to Jessy Albaz for opening up my eyes to this amazing website! They take ALL postings from careerbuilder, monster, yahoo, and many other websites so that every job listing is right under your nose!)
2. HeadHunters websites. Go to Google and type in “(your major) headhunters”. You’d be amazed as to how many places you can post your resume. To learn more about what headhunters actually are, check this out: http://www.execsearches.com/articles/headhunters-who-are-they.htm
6. internqueen.com (For those of you looking for internships, this website is incredible. InternQueen has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, FoxBusiness, The New York Post, AOL, Alloy.com, YPulse.com, E!News.com, Yahoo Business, MarieClaire.com, and more.)
I apologize for the abrupt ending of this post, but I hope this information helps my fellow job searchers. I have used each and every one of these websites and know that they really do work. On average, I have at least 10 new emails daily from employers who have found my resume online and wish to speak with me. Might as well give it a go, it’s much more efficient than searching in the newspaper!