Back in the day, to apply for a job, you would walk into a company or mail a resume. Those days are gone and it's all done on the internet.
From websites with millions of job postings in the U.S. and abroad to non-profit work, you can find just about any job you want.
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Perhaps, one of these websites is even holding your dream job.
Take a look at the list of great job-hunting websites below.
First up is one of the biggest job hunting sites out there.
Indeed.com gets almost 200 million visits each month and hosts millions of job.
Next up isUSAJOBS.gov
The federal government employees millions of people and they are always looking to hire.
There are hundreds of thousands of positions all over the world here. The best part, they show the salary range for each job posting.
is a job website with a twist. It's very similar to Yelp for companies.
Current and former employees can anonymously write about salaries, the work culture and much more.
But, of course, like any review page, there could be disgruntled people writing reviews.
If you are looking for non-profit jobs,idealist.org
could be a good one to check out.
In addition to non-profit jobs, they have government jobs and internship listings.
Lastly, we havelinkedin.com
It's kind of like Facebook for the jobbing world.
Here you can search for jobs, post your resume, connect with people in similar fields and much more.
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