You can post resumes and view job listings on major job sites, on career networking sites, on professional association websites and on corporate websites. State-affiliated employment programs also have job listings and resume databases.Continue Reading
Job sites such as Monster.com and CareerBuilder.com offer resume posting and extensive job listings by title, keyword and location. Recruiters from employers and placement agencies search resumes for candidates with the qualifications they need.
Networking sites such as LinkedIn.com have a variety of job postings, job alerts and special interest groups that publicize openings within their area of interest as well as the networking features. The job seeker creates a profile, which may include a summarized or full resume or a link to his online resume. He can also highlight special skills. Colleagues can endorse these skills and write testimonials about the person.
Professional associations such as the Association of Information Technology Professionals often have job listings for the profession and a place on the association website for posting resumes.
State and county government offices affiliated with the unemployment and welfare offices maintain a jobs database and resume service that is open to anyone who wishes to register.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing