September 3, 2010 by staff 

Careerbuilder, A list of the best websites job search recently published by PC Magazine. Each of these sites has different approaches to help you find a job and there is a perfect place for all.
Scroll through the list and choose your own favorites!

1) Beyond – – said to be the largest network of niche career opportunities. ”

2) CareerBuilder – – partly owned by Gannett, the parent company of 9News. The website receives over 23 million visitors a month.

3) Craigslist – – a place for people focused on finding jobs in their local communities.

4) ExecuSearch – – a selective property, the search for higher-level work.

5) Hound – – jobs shows only employer websites.

6) Indeed – – acts as an aggregator of lists of the major web sites work.

7) JobCentral – – a service formed by a nonprofit consortium of major U.S. companies.

8) JobServe – – claims to be the “world’s first” Internet recruitment service.

9) LinkedIn – – a social networking site for professionals. Highly recommended by local recruiters and job coaches.

10) Monster – – one of the most popular sites overall employment listings. Also offers resume and interview tips.

11) Oodle – – specializing in online classifieds, including employment classifieds section.

12) OnTargetjobs – – has a lot of smaller niche sites.

13) SimplyHired – – listings of the main aggregates of Web job sites.

14) SnagAJob – – its focus is on employment per hour only.

15) TheLadders – – the portal has been ranked as the place to find and 100k + jobs.

16) Trovix – – free search engine makes the job search process more personal.

17) TweetMyJobs – – Supplies of Twitter users with jobs that are derived from the numerous channels.

18) USAJOBS – – the official job site of the U.S. government.

19) Yahoo HotJobs – – one of the largest job sites on the web.

20) List Andrew Hudson Jobs – – a job site that focuses on local employment for working professionals.

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