The essential guide to finding a job online
This definitive guide to harnessing the Internet's powerful research capabilities has been thoroughly updated to include the latest online job searching techniques. Using Guide to Internet Job Searching, 2002-2003, absolutely anyone with access to a computer can immediately conduct a timesaving, low-cost, high-impact job search.
Copublished with the Public Library Association, the Guide to Internet Job Searching offers you expert advice on how to find and use online bulletin boards, job listings, recruiter information, discussion groups, and resume-posting services. Its easy-to-use format and user-friendly tone make this an excellent tool if you are an experienced surfer and Internet newbie.
- Local, state-by-state, government, and international resource listings and opportunities
- Online career resources
- Specific career path information
- Reviews of some of the more popular job listing and recruiting websites
"Simply the best thing in print on the subject of using the Internet in your job search . . . amazing and breathtakingly thorough . . . covers all the resources available today." --Richard N. Bolles, author of What Color Is Your Parachute?
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About the Author
Margaret Riley Dikel, author of The Riley Guide (rileyguide.com), is a private consultant specializing in the use of the Internet for employment and career information. She is an internationally recognized authority in this field, having worked for many prominent governmental agencies and public and private corporations.
Frances Roehm is the SkokieNet librarian at the Skokie Public Library where she specializes in building the village's community online. She is also the webmaster for ChicagoJobs.org, a regional resource for Chicagoland job hunters and career changers, and assists individuals in using the Internet to find a job. She currently chairs the PLA Job and Career Information Services committee.