Join Jolie Miller for an in-depth discussion in this video Using industry-specific job boards, part of Job Hunting Online.
Industry-Specific Job Boards are often your best friends.…As they have more targeted positions available…in your area of interest.…They exist across fields,…dice.com has jobs in programming and technology.…Jobs.astd.org has jobs in e-learning and training.…Talentzoo.com offers jobs in marketing in new media.…Salesgravy.com has sales positions…and dribble.com offers jobs for designers.…Regardless of your desired occupation,…there are few things you want to keep in mind…as you scan for any industry specific job boards.…
First, you have to find these job boards…and I’m going to recommend…a very simple Google search in order to do that.…Here I am on Google.com,…I typed in editor job boards to get a quick list…of different editorial job board sites.…I’ll show you the one that I’m interested in,…in just a minute.…If I weren’t interested in the editor job boards,…I could also swap this word out for sales let’s say…and click Enter to get some lists of sales job boards.…Salesgravy comes up,…it's a few results down right here, you can tell.…
Then take a quick workshop on applying for a job—from finding the ad to researching the company, tailoring your resume and cover letter, and submitting the application.
- Making a plan for job hunting
- Using popular job sites such as Monster, Simply Hired, and Indeed
- Networking and finding jobs on LinkedIn
- Using Twitter to search for jobs
- Scanning sites of companies you want to work for
- Approaching recruiters