Find Internet Jobs
The Internet is crawling with jobs. The Internet is the new Wild, Wild West, a virtual land filled with opportunity. It has literally become the new frontier, a new utility. Most of the people I know can't imagine living without the Internet. They could sooner see themselves living without heat in the wintertime. It's not only a new utility, it's a preferred utility for many homes.
This new necessity item has created millions of jobs over the last 15 years. Every major corporation has a website that's designed to inform consumers about their company, inform job seekers of available jobs with their company, and sell the public on their corporate image. Millions of companies use the Internet to sell their goods and services. In fact, many companies only use the Internet to do this.
Why Find Internet Jobs?
This has led to the creation of new industries like E-commerce. This industry did not exist 20 years ago. Ordering products over the telephone was the closest thing we had to E-commerce. With new industries come new jobs. The business world is crawling with internet jobs and it doesn't take much time to find them either.
Working with a so-called "dotcom" can prove to be very lucrative. In the late 1990s, a number of young women and men made millions of dollars off the Internet boom. Many of these internet start-ups eventually folded, leaving people more broke than they were before the internet explosion. However, the market has corrected a bit and the companies still alive on the Internet today have proven they can withstand a bitter recession. Not surprisingly, most of these companies post job openings exclusively on the Internet, via job boards and job search engines, making these the best place to look and to post one's resume.
by James Lyons
Job Hunting Sites
Job hunting sites have revolutionized the hiring and job search process. The Internet is teeming with hundreds of different job hunting websites for prospective candidates to post their resumes and examine available jobs. These sites also allow recruiters in subscribing companies to search for candidates in their resume databases. Both employees and employers have reaped the benefits of this phenomenon.
A few years ago there were only a few recommended job hunting web sites for both employees and recruiters. As the years go by, however, more and more job hunting sites are popping up, many of which offer broader coverage and more specialized services. Job seekers are inundated with recommendations and recruiters have too many places to look. Is it possible that this surge in career search sites has actually created a problem of abundance?
Too Many Job Hunting Sites?
Fear not my friends, because there are not too many job hunting web sites on the Internet. In fact, it probably won't hurt if a few more enter the market. Having more sites encourages more competition. The job boards are getting better and better every day, offering newer and better services to both companies and job seekers.
The only foreseeable problem is knowing which sites are worth using. Frankly, there are over 50 reputable job boards on the Internet and it would take you a millennium to examine all of them. For that reason I would put your faith in a resume posting service that targets the top job hunting web sites. This will save you a ton of time and frustration.
by James Lyons
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