Looking for a Job?
The Internet has revolutionized the way you search for jobs, and the way employers seek employees.

The Net has made job searching easier than ever, but it doesn't stop there. With just a few mouse clicks, you'll find tips for choosing the right career, writing winning résumés and cover letters, successfully interviewing, and everything else associated with landing a job.

Searching Job Sites
Once you've prepared your résumé for electronic submission, you're ready to start your job search. The more you do it, the better you'll get. Get your mouse pointer on everything you can, learn, and bookmark your favorite sites. In particular, study the job listings to get a feel for which sites offer the most jobs in your field. For example, if a site lists tons of jobs in engineering, but few to none in technical communications (which typically goes hand-in-hand with engineering), you probably don't want to submit your résumé there if you are a technical writer. But, don't blow off a site without browsing it first. You may want to bookmark some of its resources.


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