So you’re close to graduating and it’s time to start the hunt for that perfect job…
We can help. Obviously, you’ll want to join the largest and most well-known job-hunting services on the Internet, and there’s no better place to start than Indeed or Monster. Create and post a resume or view jobs available in your area.
|Another of the big dogs in the job search market is Beyond.com – a community of over 15,000 niche sites, Beyond has hundreds of thousands of jobs listed.|
|CollegeRecruiter.com is a site used by corporate recruiters to find the best candidates – so sign up and make sure they find you! They offer a free career and personality test, free career evaluations, a free personal portfolio, free job alerts, career tips and much more.|
|FACT: Only 15-25% of all US sports jobs get advertised. Get insider-access to the best jobs in the business. JobsInSports.com can help you find what you’re looking for, whether you want to work for a team, an arena or sports facility, or in the sports media. Thousands of positions from entry to executive level. Of particular interest to college students: An internship center that specializes ONLY in internship and trainee positions.|
|Explore Talent is the world’s largest talent community. If you’re looking for work in acting, modeling, music, dance or as part of a stage or camera crew, this is the website for you. Sign up for free and find auditions in your area.|
|An alternative to traditional jobs is to Go Freelance! Freelance contractors tend to have more freedom and flexibility in their work hours and location, and can pick and choose assignments that appeal to them. Special offer: Get a FREE Work-at-Home Success Kit worth $50 when you sign up to find hundreds of freelance jobs.|
|ResumeRabbit.com posts your resume to over 75 of the top job-hunting sites. If you want to find a job fast with minimal effort, this is the site for you.|
Top 10 Job Websites
Below we have rounded up the Top 10 US Job Websites according to Internet statistics.