The Want Ads: Top 10 Sites to Find Work
Now that we’ve talked emotions, advice and whatnot – it’s time for some guidance in where to go when it’s time to look for work. Here are the top 10 sites for those who are on the hunt for employment.

10. LiveCareer

They help you with resume builders and your cover letters.

9. LinkUp

Straight to the point search engine that’s not confusing. It looks a little basic, but you don’t need fancy – you need a job.

8. Ed2010

For those interested in a career in writing. Note, a lot of these gigs are out in New York. Now, if only I could afford $5 million a month to live out there, I’d be set.

7. CareerBuilder

Pretty basic but they do offer more breakdowns in between searches that can help you pinpoint exactly what you’re looking for.

6. Craigslist

Yes, the place you can also find “Missed Connections” and free lawn chairs should not be overlooked. While there are a lot of scams on there, there are a lot of legit postings too. Plus, it’s pretty easy to spot the fakes.

5. LinkedIn

For the fancy people out there.

4. Twitter

We’re a social media driven culture and for a lot of jobs – it’s who you know, not what you know.

3. Monster

What’s great about this one is that a lot of employers can use this one to find you. It takes some of the pressure off.

2. Glassdoor

It’s like the Rate My Professor of the job world. Find out what it’s like to work at a place, what they pay and more before you even apply.

1. Indeed

Quick and easy searches matched with even simpler ways to apply – yes please.


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