Applying for jobs online:
Most online job sites require you to create an account before you can
apply for a job online. Some employers will also require that you
set up an account. You do not always have to upload your resume.
If you do upload a resume, you decide whether it will be visible to
prospective employers who might search the bank of resumes to fill a
Two large and well-known sites are:
These sites offer general job searching advice:
Searching online for job openings
Direct Employers Employment Search Engine — Search jobs posted on
employer websites locally, nationally and internationally. Search by
geographic location, keywords and posting date. Easy to use site
links directly to the employer's site; no pre-registration required
(employers may require registration). http://directemployers.jobcentral.com
Jobs In MA — Search jobs in Massachusetts on a site that only allows
posting of local, legitimate job opportunities. www.jobsinma.org
Craig’s List — Search for jobs by keyword, category or location.
New jobs added daily as they are posted. http://boston.craigslist.org
Indeed.com – Bills itself as “one search, all jobs” by searching across job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.
Also includes a salary search. http://www.indeed.com.
a new job hunting resource from Thayer Public Library that allows
you to easily browse local, regional and national job listings.