Here you can job search for international jobs and post
your resume so that employers abroad can read about your
skills and experience. Recent jobs all over the world
are listed, or you can browse by country. You can find
jobs here in unlikely places such as Micronesia, Chad,
Gibraltar, Kazakhstan and Belize, as well as countries
you might expect like Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore and
A no-nonsense resume posting and job search service. You
can also browse jobs by categories , which lead into lists
of companies which are currently hiring.
(US only.) Here you can search for your preferred job by
state, or sign up for the 'Job Alert' in which jobs which
match your criteria are emailed to you daily.
(US only.) A straightforward
job resource in which you can search for available jobs
by title, or find by state, keyword, or job type. You can
also quickly post your resume using a single page form,
and it will then be available to recruiters for 24 weeks.
This is a resume distribution service for the US
- you can submit your resume once, and they send it out
to hundreds of recruiters. These recruiters have signed
up to see the resumes, making it likely yours will be read.
This service is fee-based, but before you sign up you can
read a large testimonials section which includes the names
and email addresses of jobseekers who have used Resumeblaster
and found that it really worked.
(US and International.) This claims to be the single largest
job search engine on the web. It is an attractive site which
allows you to find jobs in the US via a simple 3-step system
which includes an interactive map. There are also thousands
of jobs listed in other countries. Jobseekers can also research
potential employers by way of a searchable database.
A huge, upbeat and information-rich site in which you can search
for jobs, post your resume, or browse huge amounts of advice
in the Career Center. A network of country-specific resources
cover Australia, the UK, Germany, Canada and Singapore as well
as the US. A very popular and impressive job site.
A quality magazine site with coverage of jobs, interviews, careers,
salary negotiation and a job search and resume posting service.
It has lots of jobs listed - a search on 'Programmer', for example,
turned up 2567 matches. Jobs are shown with the most recent first.
This has a guide to successful interview techniques covering preparation,
types of interview, common questions and how to answer them, how
to ask questions, and mistakes to avoid (you may not have thought
of these!) - don't look disheveled, don't slouch, don't mumble,
don't brag and don't appear desperate to get the job either. Also
has an international job search engine.
Provides a job search engine, job links and a list of telephone
numbers that provide information about job openings, and gives
links to classified ad sections of newspapers in the US and internationally.
You can also view available jobs by city.
(US only. There are parallel job agencies for Australia and Canada.)
'Better Jobs for a Better Life'. Jobs are presented through a
directory of fields like Accounting, Education, Engineering, Manufacturing
and Insurance. Also has a unique 'Office humor' section covering
subjects like the importance of a good handshake, and preferred
ways to get fired!
This takes a different
approach to the problem of finding a new job - instead of searching
the online job resources individually, you can submit your required
job type and location and Jobsleuth will find and notify you of
all the current matches.