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Where to look on the Web for jobs in Florida and elsewhere

Although the economy has shown signs of recovery, the job market remains tight. But job opportunities are out there; you just need to know where to find them. A good place to start is on the Web. • A wide range of job Web sites list positions in the United States and overseas, with some offering more specialized job information. Many sites also provide special tools and features to assist a job seeker's efforts. • If you're in the market for work, here are a few places on the Web that might help with the search. Chuck Myers, McClatchy-Tribune Newspapers

American Association for the Advancement of Science

aaas.sciencecareers.org/ jobseekerx

Select "Browse Jobs" under "My Search" to explore jobs in different science fields by country or state.

EmploymentGuide.com

www.employmentguide.com/ browsejobsnew.html

Browse job openings in a specific market or by location.

FlipDog.com

www.flipdog.com

Find jobs in a local area, or by most popular cities, states and categories.

Jobs.com

www.jobs.com

Check out jobs by a variety of locations, both domestic and international.

USAJOBS

jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov

This site is devoted to employment opportunities with the federal government.

Where to look on the Web for jobs in Florida and elsewhere 04/12/10 [Last modified: Monday, April 12, 2010 12:39pm]
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