What are the best resources for finding a job?

  1. #1
    Written on January 15, 2017
    Patrick Simpson
    "Linkin is a great tool that gives me access to people other sites don't, I had personal interactions with people in my field and received good insight into the job market in different areas of the country. I've connect with lots of people in my industry and have gotten tips, feedback and industry insight from many different people and that has been a really interesting and valuable information to me and is definitely a good source for jobs that haven't been advertised."
  2. #2
    Written on January 5, 2017
    Anthony Riley
    "Indeed allows me to find jobs in my area. I can post my resume so people can find me and not just rely on me finding them. Indeed also lets me search by specific jobs to help me find the type of work I am looking for."
  3. #3
    Written on February 12, 2017
    Jonathan Bishop
    "Monster is the best place I've found for being successful on my job hunt. I thought I had it all together and would find a job pretty quick, but it wasn't until I checked out all the resources that monster.com has available (and it's free!). I found that my resume was totally wrong for what I was going after; they have great resume advice. I also found communities of like-minded folks in my field who I've been able to reach out to for more information. Between that and all the other features (company profiles, salary info, benefits info, and so many other things), I feel like monster.com is my one-stop shop for building my career into something really great. Thanks Monster!!"
  1. #4
    Written on February 21, 2017
    Ramón Guillén
    "A highly rated book that is updated to help with finding a job in the current market. It's a great resource for both those unemployed and seeking work and those who wish to change their career. It provides wonderful life skills and goes far beyond just provided career and job seeking advice."
  2. #5
    Written on January 8, 2017
    Wayne Chen
    "The Bounce Back was a great resource for me after losing a job. It offers stories and advice from a range of professional coaches and business executive."
  3. #6
    Written on February 17, 2017
    Benito Quiroz
    "Having an app on my phone for jobs creates endless opportunities. I was able to respond to a job opening while I was in an interview!"
  4. #7
    Written on January 29, 2017
    Rafael Leal
    "I love Simply Hired! It is a great resource when looking for jobs. It allows me to see what I should be paid for my position in my location. At the same time it allows to search for local jobs, as well as jobs in other cities, when I decide to relocate."
  5. #8
    Written on January 1, 2017
    Donald Rose
    "I was so sick of being broke and I needed to find a job but didn't know how until I found Sherri Thomas Career Strategist. I was able to download her free ebook and it changed my life drastically. She inspired me to do better with myself so that I can bounce back and do better for myself. Now I have a full time job grossing over 68,000 a year though the journey wouldn't have been possible without Sherri."
  6. #9
    Written on January 21, 2017
    Steven Foster
    "This site is excellent for finding jobs in the Health Career. You input your information such as City and such and it will produce all of the health jobs in and around your area. The search can be narrowed any way you want and provides tons on information and the companies hiring with contact and address information."
  7. #10
    Written on January 28, 2017
    Kyle Murray
    "I found the Career Builder app to be fantastic! The ability to search through jobs and also save them as favorites for later was as helpful as ever. Also the ability to upload my resume and use the app on my phone or tablet was a lifesaver."
  8. #11
    Written on February 10, 2017
    Walter Lewis
    "This link is a great resource. I used it while looking around in my job search, and it contained several links to job listing websites. I have applied to over a dozen different jobs thanks to this, and even have had a few callbacks. Use it!"
  9. #12
    Written on February 7, 2017
    Ethan Ramos
    "I would highly recommend Idealist for anyone who's looking to find non-profit jobs, volunteer work or internships. It has a wealth of listings on their site that you're just not going to find anywhere else. And they're also legit."
  10. #13
    Written on January 4, 2017
    Philip Walters
    "I found this book invaluable in terms of helping me how to search for a job more efficiently. You'd think searching for a job online was easy, but the book has all sorts of tips and tricks I didn't know about. I have recommended it to anyone looking for a job."
  11. #14
    Written on January 12, 2017
    Paul Harrison
    "Niche Job Boards is a great tool for finding alternative job postings that fit your skillset. Simply review the different job boards available, find one (or a few) that you feel would be best suited for you, then review their offerings! When searching for a job, it never hurts to check ALL available resources - you never know where you will find your best fit."
  12. #15
    Written on January 22, 2017
    Frank May
    "I like the interface of the app, and as someone who is currently looking for work, it is useful for me, even if it does just pull jobs from one specific site. I am not a huge fan of the name of the app, I almost skipped over it because of my dislike towards twitter."
  13. #16
    Written on January 28, 2017
    Mark Lee
    "I was so excited to find new freelancing job options! I've been searching for sites on my own, but this website gave me 20 sites to check out, gave the links and a description of each. It helped me out so much!"
  14. #17
    Written on January 14, 2017
    John James
    "I had been out of work for months before i ran into Coursera. With this tool i was able to look for jobs that i qualified for while at the same time feeling like i had options instead of being forced to choose the first offer i got."
  15. #18
    Written on January 4, 2017
    Keith Walsh
    "Take your job search on the go with the Switch App on your Apple mobile device. Switch is a user-friendly easy-to-use application for discreetly searching for jobs. Yes, that's right you can remain private so if you are currently employed you won't get into trouble at your current workplace. It's so easy to start using it, just upload your resume and your profile is created. Then just swipe left to apply for jobs. Please note that the program is optimized in NYC and San Francisco."
  16. #19
    Written on February 7, 2017
    David Webb
    "I am a veteran. I came back from the military and work opportunities were scarce. I found my dream job through Vet Jobs. It is a great resource for veterans out of work."
  17. #20
    Written on February 25, 2017
    Benjamin Douglas
    "I am currently moving from a career in Information Technology to a career in sales. This website has been vital in providing me with strategies on how to become an efficient and effective sales person. It contains many great articles on how to analyze sales competitors and how to improve your sales skills. Highly recommended."
  18. #21
    Written on October 2, 2017
    Dorothy Flores
    "A friend came to me for help when they needed to find a job. I told them one of the best things they could do is to make sure their Linkedin profile was set up correctly. I sent them the resource How To Take The Perfect LinkedIn Profile Picture and in no time they had an awesome profile."
  19. #22
    Written on April 20, 2017
    Crystal Chapman
    "LinkedIn Profile Photo FAILS. What NOT To Do! is sort of a resource for finding a job. It does tell you how to present yourself and what not to do when setting up a profile on LinkedIn. This information has helped me in picking the appropriate picture for my profile."
  20. #23
    Written on October 28, 2017
    Mary Sullivan
    "It's a good resource for those looking to break in to the industry. StarNow Audition Finder will remind you when an audition is coming up and maybe that is the reason you will get a job or two. I know that at least one of mine is a direct result of having the app downloaded."
  21. #24
    Written on October 30, 2017
    Jose Baker
    "This app is good if you're looking to rehearse for acting jobs before your audition, but not necessarily for hunting for them. It gives you coaching tips and recommendations once you've snagged that audition. As far as finding any job, you probably should use another app for this purpose."
  22. #25
    Written on November 4, 2017
    Stephanie Watson
    "SkillsBase is a management software that connects employers with highly skilled workers. It's a valuable resource for those looking for a job."

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Best resources for finding a job
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 LinkedIn Apps 1083 Free
2 Indeed Apps 997 Free
3 Monster Websites 923 Free
4 What colour is your parachute? Books 887 Paid
5 The Bounce Back Books 862 Paid
6 Jobr Apps 837 Free
7 Simply Hired Apps 788 Free
8 Sherri Thomas Career Strategist Courses 735 Paid
9 Health Career Web Websites 701 Free
10 Career Builder Apps 662 Free

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