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Places to Look for Job Postings | Job Boards, Company Websites, Networking

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Places to Look for Job Postings

In using the Numbers Game strategy, it is important to have an awareness of what places you can use to search for jobs.

Here are three sources of job postings;

  • Job Boards
  • Company Websites
  • Networking

We’ve also included specific sources in the Personal Career Workbook (Links to an external site.) on the “Country Specific Job Boards” and “Remote Working Sites” tabs.

See Also: Tips on Writing a Cover Letter | Cover Letter Mistakes and Essential Elements

Places to Look for Job Postings – Job Boards

A job board is a website that specifically relates to/with employment or careers. Many job boards are designed to allow employers to post job requirements for a position to be filled. Other job boards offer employer reviews, career and job-search advice, and describe different job descriptions or employers. Through a job website, a prospective employee can locate and fill out a job application or submit resumes over the Internet for the advertised position. Job boards vary from country to country.

Examples of popular job boards include:

  • Jobberman
  • Indeed
  • CareerJet

We encourage you to add job boards that you also use that may not already be on the list. As mentioned in the previous lessons, it is important to explore as many job opportunities as possible so do take advantage of this list.

Places to Look for Job Postings – Company websites

Most businesses have a designated “careers” or “jobs” page. Lots of companies are enriched with thousands of jobs listed, but others have but a few. If available, try typing your desired job title into the search bar to see if any results appear.

If you are open to a variety of job positions, you may try typing in the broad career term or searching by the department. If you can’t find a careers page, try contacting the company directly. Ask to speak with the human resources department to inquire about potential job positions.

For example, you might have companies that you are already interested in, that already have career pages.

Below are some examples of company career pages:

 Places to Look for Job Postings – Networking

People in your network and circle can be a very helpful resource when looking for jobs. You’ll learn more about this shortly.

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