||Monster.com states that it is one of the world's leading career management portals. Their US job site has a vast array of jobs both in the US and
overseas. Plus Monster also provides a wide range of useful tools and resources to assist you to find a new job.
||CollegeRecruiter.com is aimed at college students, graduates and recent graduates who are seeking employment, continuing education and business
opportunities. You can search for jobs, receive email alerts and post your resume for distribution to employers.
||Yahoo’s HotJobs.com enable you to search for jobs by industry sector, keyword and location. When you sign up to HotJobs.com, you can directly post
your resume publicly on their site or just share it privately with others selectively. Once signed up you can also save your personalized searches and
have search results sent to you by email.
||DirectEmployers.com is a consortium of employers that offer over 250,000 jobs posted by member companies, searchable by location and keyword. The
search engine allows you to begin the application process directly with the employer, without submit your resume to the site.
||Job.com claims that over 2 million resumes have been posted on their website. They allow you to search by work sector, location, salary and keywords.
When you register on this website you can access additional services, including resume distribution to staffing agencies and/or markets targeted by industrial
sector and geographical locations.
||CareerBuilder.com has one of the largest selections of jobs in the US. It's job search engine allows you to search by keyword, sector and up to
three city / state locations. You can also receive email alerts and they also have other professional development and employment resources.
||CareerShop.com allows you to search for jobs by industry sector and location, and sign up for email job alerts and also post your resume. The “Career
Doctor” answers career development and job application questions.
||Net-Temps.com enables you to search by job sector, state and urban area in the US. You can register for a Jobseeker Newsletter, create and post
your resume, and register for email notifications. Other resources include tips on writing resumes, career articles, cover and thank you letters, plus
||TrueCareers.com is specifically for graduates. You can search by country, city location and geographical radius and keywords. Once you've uploaded
your resume you will benefit from the site’s ‘Who’s Hiring’ emails. Other resources include articles and information on salary levels, education and diversity
||Career.com claims to be the world’s first recruitment site. Note that you have to first register and upload your resume before you can search for jobs.
Once registered you can search by discipline, location, company, keywords, and ‘hot jobs’ (employers’ top jobs). You can also register to receive
suitable jobs by email.