Finding A Job On the Web

Here's what you need to know before you post your résumé online

public job postings. Features personalized service (including advice on writing and posting your résumé) and listing of category-specific career sites.

Top 100 Electronic Recruiters
www.interbiznet.com/eeri
Features sections for human resources managers, third-party recruiters and job hunters. In addition to résumé posting and job searching, this section offers job seekers educational links, advice articles and company information. Recruiters can search posted résumés across the Web and take advantage of tools of their own.

Reading is Fundamental
Your career advancement strategy should include the Internet as a powerful companion tool in your job hunt, but Web-savvy job seekers should not abandon traditional media. Your offline job-search resources should include:
Off-line job-search resources
“The Guide to Internet Job Searching 2000-2001″ by Margaret Riley Dikel and Frances Roehm (NTC/Contemporary Publishing Co., $14.95).

“Careerxroads: The 2000 Directory to the 500 Best Job Résumé & Career Management Sites on the World Wide Web” by Gerry Crispin and Mark Mehler (Jist Works, $26.95)

“Electronic Résumés and Online Networking” by Rebecca Smith (Career Press, $13.99)

“Electronic Résumés for the New Job Market” by Peter D. Weddle (Impact Publications, $11.95)

“Using the Internet and the World Wide Web in Your Job Search” by Fred Edmund Jandt (Jist Works, $16.95)

“Job Hunting on the Internet” by Richard Nelson Bolles (Ten Speed Press, $8.95)

Software titles
“Résumémaker Deluxe” by Individual Software (Macintosh, $31.99; Windows, $40.99)
“WinWay résumé” by WinWay Corp. ($34.99)

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