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I am trying to find a new salary job. Do websites such as Monster\Careerbuilder work?

What are some effective methods for job searching? I need to be alot more aggressive with this as I haven't been. Should I personally go to every company I am interested in and talk with someone there? Any tips you could offer would be highly appreciated.

Asked By: 2Cool - 10/9/2006
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I have not been unemployed for a single day since I finished my US Army enlistment in 1997. Every job I have held was found through online job banks. I got my first one in November 1996, while I was getting ready for leaving the Army. I got that job from a web site called Online Career Connection, which was later... More
Answered By: veraperezp - 10/9/2006
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Monster and Career Bulder work... More
Answered By: Tyana - 10/9/2006
 
Honestly, Monster and Careerbuilder weren't very helpful for me. The only places that ever contacted me were temp agencies. The way I got my job is through a friend referral. Another person I know just went through the phone book and faxed everyone her resume and she got a job. Good luck to you!
Answered By: jill_valentine_otaku - 10/9/2006
 
I dont think either one of them help. I've applied for tons on jobs on careerbuilder & monster. No calls back. I get emails once in a while from a company just saying where and when to apply for a certain job. I recommend that when you click on a "view the job" the next page describing it, theres usually at the... More
Answered By: glicksarah - 10/9/2006
 
Especially since the dot com crash, companies outside of employment agencies have stayed away from listing hourly wages or salaries. Your #1 bet right in that respect would be Salary.com. They have some kind of pay side for their service, but you can run some checks for free.
Answered By: dougzinboston - 10/9/2006
 
I'm an HR Rep and the company I work for does not permit on the spot interviews for security purposes. If you go to these random companies more than likely people will not be able to meet with you, people get really busy at work... More
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