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Indeed is so simple & easy -- like a Google search. The site compiles job listings from thousands of websites including job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages. You can also search and compare average salaries from over 50 million jobs.

You can quick-search from the Indeed home page. Just type keywords into the “What” box describing the kind of job you want, and enter a city, state or ZIP code in the “Where” box. Then click the “Find Jobs” button.

Tip: If you don't want to search the site every day, you can set up job alerts to arrive daily in your inbox.
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In addition to seemingly endless job postings, Monster offers advice on resumes, interviewing and salaries. Users can also subscribe to newsletters, read the site's blog or sign up for job alerts.

Tip: You probably will want to use Internet Explorer to view this site. It is hard to navigate in Firefox and some other browsers.
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CareerBuilder allows users to post up to five different resumes and apply directly online. Select career fields that interest you, so employers can contact you directly. You can also decide who can, and who can't, view your resume.

Tip: Avoid Ads by clicking the “No, Thank You” or "Skip" button.
Click here to find video tutorials on how to use is a job search site that collects results from major job websites, company websites, associations and other online sources. You can search by occupation, job title or location, and filter the results by job type, work experience, company revenue and size, or characteristics like fastest-growing companies.  Also research current job trends, salaries, and get updates when new jobs are posted.

Tip: Job seekers can post a resume to receive personalized job search results, or use the SimplyApply feature to easily apply for jobs.
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Snagajob hosts thousands of hourly jobs in some of the most popular industries all over the United States. From retail jobs and restaurant jobs to hospitality jobs and healthcare jobs, this site is great for students and entry-level workers looking for an hourly or part-time employment.

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USAJOBS is the Federal Government’s official one-stop source for federal jobs and employment information. Visit the USAJOBS Resource Center to see if you are eligible for federal employment and understand what job opportunities you can apply for. Use the glossary to clarify unfamiliar government terminology.

Tip: Hold the CTRL key to choose more than one search criteria.
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