Internet Job Search tips and tricks?

What would you like to read about in regards to finding employment opportunities online? There is no shortage of information out there on job hunting, but how much of it is really relevant in the information age? What really does work? What doesn't? What are the new obstacles to employment in the information age? How to find legit opportunities to work from home or telecommute? Security concerns about personal information in resumes? ..the list continues on ... While I admit that this is not a new concept, the information out there is either dated, fractured, incomplete, misleading or in general dissolved across many many sites. There doesn't seem to be a good consolidation of information anywhere for the uninitiated online job searcher. Have you had success finding work online? Anyone with really bad experiences? What are your stories? What is your opinion/perception: pro, con, indifferent? Regards, Brett I should clarify that I am not job searching, I am doing research on "online job searching", please dont post links, I know how to use google, I am looking for peoples opinions on the topic and their experiences.

Asked By: - 7/28/2010
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Online searches are great - as a start. Filters are key - so it's important for the seeker to use all filters to weed out all the misc jobs that are not of interest/not a skills match. It's also important to not post resume on job site - I've helped folks for over ten years find work and never has this been a tool... More
Answered By: cam can help - 7/30/2010
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