What Services Does the Site Offer?
Job-Hunt.org is a FREE award-winning employment “gateway” linking visitors to over 13,600 employer recruiting pages, job boards by location or industry, professional associations and societies, corporate and military “alumni” groups, and local networking and job search support groups.
In addition to the links, Job-Hunt offers over 400 articles by 30 job search experts on topics ranging from social media and networking for job search to resumes and career changing, and over 180 career profiles in the Career Changer’s Guide.
Each month, new links, articles, ebooks, and other information are added.
What Makes the Site Unique?
Readers' Digest describes Job-Hunt.org as "vacuum-packed" with information and resources.
The "Getting Started" section helps job seekers with articles and ebooks on Finding Jobs Online, Creating an Internet Resume, Protecting Your Privacy, Choosing and Safely Using Job Boards, Avoiding Job Search Scams, and much more.
In addition, Job-Hunt's 30+ job search experts have written over 400 articles and ebooks, all free, to help job seekers navigate safely and successfully through their job search.
Among Job-Hunt’s 13,600 links are:
State Employer Directory, linking to the recruiting pages for 8,000 US employers by state
Associations Directory, linking to over 1,000 international, national, & state professional & industry associations, including over 185 "green industry" associations
Job Boards Directory, linking to over 1,000 local & industry job boards
State Job Networking Directory, linking to over 500 local networking & job search support groups by state
Corporate Alumni Directory, linking to over 200 corporate, military, & government "alumni" groups
Federal Government Employment Directory, linking to the recruiting sections of over 200 Federal agencies and departments
Job-Hunt.org has been recognized by Forbes as Best of the Web for Job Hunting, by US News & World Report as a top site for finding work, and by PC Magazine as Best of the Internet for Careers.
Tips and Tricks
- If you're getting started in your job search, read the articles in the Getting Started section.
- For help with your job search, check out the networking and job search support groups for your state.
- For employers in your state, pick your state from the "Jump to Your State" drop-down menu or from the Directory of Employers and Job Sites to find links your state’s employers, job boards, and networking groups.
- Visit the “Job Search Resources by Industry or Profession" to find appropriate niche job boards.
- Check out the Employment Supersites to find the large job boards.
- Follow @JobHuntOrg on Twitter.
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