Job Search Techniques

Advice for Finding Your Next Job 

Check out these other helpful sites.

Choosing a Career
Career Exploration
Local Labor Market and Salary Information
Research the Employer

Job Search Techniques

Job Search
Career-Specific Job Search
National Resources
www.jobhunt.com
Search job listings from across the country.

College Grad Job Hunter
www.collegegrad.com
Provides information on interviewing, resume writing, and how to manage your career after you get your job.

Gary Will's Job Search Resource Page
www.garywill.com/worksearch
This site contains articles on the art of selling yourself to potential employers, using what Will calls a customer-focused approach.  He outlines important things to keep in mind when preparing resumes, writing cover letters, and preparing for an interview.

Monster 
www.monster.com
Provides information on salaries and employers, as well as advice on interviewing and applying for jobs. 

The Riley Guide
www.rileyguide.com
Provides information on job search and several links to job databases.

The Damn Good Resume
www.damngood.com
Provides advice on writing resumes.

Colorado College Career Center
www.coloradocollege.edu/CareerCenter/
Offers information on all aspects of job search strategies.

Skills Employers Want


Indiana Career and Post Secondary Advancement Center 
http://www.quintcareers.com/job_skills_values.html
Provides information on what skills employers are looking for.

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