Peter D. Weddle - Finding a Job on the Web

01.05.2014

The Internet. These days, you can’t expect to pick up a magazine or turn on the television without bumping into some reference to the online world. Already widely regarded as a research tool and source of entertainment, the Internet is also gaining recognition as a powerful resource for successful job searching and career management. Although it does not replace traditional methods of exploring opportunities, such as answering print ads and networking, the Internet does extend those techniques, so that your search and research work for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week, anywhere in the world. The Internet provides a set of new tools that can give you a genuine advantage in today’s competitive job market. It connects you with open jobs and enables you to visit employers, right from your desktop. With the Internet, you can network with others in the job market, post your resume for recruiters to see, and apply for a job, all with a couple of keystrokes on your computer. You can also set up a personal shopper for your dream job, access salary surveys and job market information, and acquire new career skills and even a new career. This book shows you how to capture all of these advantages and put them to work for your career. It will tell you what online resources are available for your employment situation, where to find them on the Internet, and how best to use them to find a great job.

Год издания: 2000

Издательство: IDG Books Worldwide

Формат: PDF

Страниц: 130

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