ON THE MONEY: Let Web assist you in your job searchThe sour economy has put a heavy strain on the employment market. Yet, job opportunities still exist, and a good place to look for them is on the World Wide Web.
By: Chuck Myers, McClatchy-Tribune News Service
The sour economy has put a heavy strain on the employment market. Yet, job opportunities still exist, and a good place to look for them is on the World Wide Web.
A wide range of job web sites list positions in the United States and overseas, with some offering more specialized job information. In addition, many sites also provide online tools and features to hone a seeker's job search.
If you're in the market for work, here are a few places on the Web that might help with the search:
Browse openings in a specific market or conduct a keyword and location search.
Find jobs in a local area, or by most popular cities, states and categories.
Check out jobs by a variety of locations, domestic and international.
Offers job search by category and location, posting your resume and career advice.
Employment site devoted to jobs in the federal government.