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Good Websites for US Job Postings

 
Richard Parker
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Hello,

What methods of posting jobs are most popular with US companies.
I'd just like to make sure I'm looking in the right place for job openings.

Ex:
1. Job Posting Websites (if so, which ones are popular today?)
2. Newspaper ads
3. Company Websites

I haven't looked for a job for so long - I'd like a head start in knowing where to begin.

Thanks,
Richard
 
Jay Dilla
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i know of yahoo hotjobs, careerbuilder and monster for starters
also look directly on the different companies website
 
Richard Parker
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Thank you!
 
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Richard,

Where are you looking at exactly? (Metro area / city)

Eric
 
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Hi Eric,

I would like to find a job somewhere in the North West - Seattle, Portland, or even Vancouver, Canada.

I haven't looked for a job now for several years and am not up-to-date on the new popular resources that could be out there.
 
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dice.com is good for IT Jobs
 
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