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10 Job Search Tools For Recent Grads

These mobile apps and sites give an edge to anyone entering the workforce or seeking a new job.
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Job hunters can use Indeed to access millions of employment opportunities from thousands of online job boards and company websites. Those who sign up for a free account create an Indeed resume and browse jobs according to keywords and location. While scrolling through open positions, users can save and email their favorites so they can go back later and apply. The site remembers users' most recent searches and updates the amount of new job postings with every visit. Indeed is also available as a mobile app entitled Job Search, which features the same functions as the website. Download the app here.

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rd282,
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7/1/2013 | 7:39:06 PM
re: 10 Job Search Tools For Recent Grads
Hey Laurianne,

My 2 cents on the problem is that it is presentation/placement issue. We look at the picture first, scrolling down as we do, and then miss that the information/description is actually above and to the right of the picture. Sometimes you can't even see it once you have scrolled. I still find it hard to look there even though I know it is there now. It must have something to do with my propensity to look over ads and that is the normal website position for ads.
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proberts551,
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7/1/2013 | 1:44:33 PM
re: 10 Job Search Tools For Recent Grads
This is not laid out in a logical manner. I agree with Cbondy201. I am a computer tech, and I cannot even understand how to get to the links. Please make this simple in the future so people can use the information. Thank you!
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Laurianne,
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6/27/2013 | 8:31:55 PM
re: 10 Job Search Tools For Recent Grads
Hi there. There are links to each site or app inside the descriptions.

Laurianne McLaughlin
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cbondy201,
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6/27/2013 | 5:47:01 PM
re: 10 Job Search Tools For Recent Grads
Having just the pictures of web sites doesn't really help. You need to include a description of the site, what it offers, and a link to the site.
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