Employment opportunities are listed on many websites, including Monster.com, USA.gov and Craigslist. Monster.com is among the oldest and largest of Internet job search engines, USA.gov lists jobs offered by the U.S. government and Craigslist is an online bulletin board with classified job listings according to region.
Founded in 1994, Monster.com is a global job search network with a search engine that allows job seekers to peruse listings according to job title, job skills and location. Once job seekers input basic search criteria, they can use the initial search results to narrow down the options to fit their specific needs. Monster.com also has a wealth of helpful information in articles on topics, such as writing resumes and cover letters, preparing for job interviews, scholarship opportunities for career education and salary comparisons. Job seekers can also save their searches and receive RSS feeds on current opportunities.
USA.gov not only has a search engine with access to job listings in U.S. government directories, but also has listings for numerous resources on job education and training. Articles offer information on how to conduct a job search, access state job banks, explore career options and find assistance in securing work.
Craigslist narrows down postings according to region and city. An employment seeker then clicks on the job category he is interested in to find a list of postings with the newest listed first.