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Web 2.0/social media sites specializing in job searches or job postings

Jobs Assistant

Jobs Assistant is a comprehensive job search engine and job board that allows job seekers to search through millions of job listings and allows employers to post jobs and recruit qualified candidates to fill their employment needs. Jobs Assistant is a one of kind web mashup that incorporates Google Maps to see the location of employer, LinkedIn to see which of your contacts/friends works at the job location to help ...more »

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The KITList

Sue Connelly started the KITList (Keep in Touch List) as her personal mailing list for alumni from Silicon Graphics. It grew by word of mouth to its current form as a recruiter-paid Job Posting mailer to 64,000 subscribers. Now that social media is all the rage, Sue has expanded the KITList.org site to be a social media site. Check the current "Pay IT Forward" push for this week.

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The Broke Blog

The Broke Blog is produced by Sandra Rogers, founder of the BrokeButNotForLong, Inc. Ms. Rogers is an educator, writer and trainer. The blog is linked to an employment social network site that provides job-related resources and educational videos for veterans, persons with disabilities, and displaced workers. The blog post articles on unemployment issues such as understanding situational poverty, Web-based and phone ...more »

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BarnBuildr → Build it forward.

============================= Overview ============================= Borrowing from the Amish tradition of barn building, where the community comes together to build a barn for one of its own... BarnBuildr is a collaborative community of entrepreneurs, subject matter experts, and business professionals that mobilizes start-ups, leverages common resources, and shares in the value created. We change the way entrepreneurs ...more »

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door64.com: A community approach to the job search.

JOB BOARDS HAVE A BIG PROBLEM: Upwards of 70% of all jobs are found through professional networking, and not through traditional job boards. However, most professionals (especially in technology sectors) have poor networks because (a) they don't realize its importance in current or future job searches, and (b) opportunities to meet local colleagues are rare. Both of these issues are addressed by taking a focused community ...more »

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The Underground Job Network

While no single list, website, or resource will contain everything a job seeker needs for an effective job search, the Underground Job Network provides tools and techniques that will make a job search easier. It also provides information about how to tap into the hidden job market and move beyond the big boards and other “traditional” job search methods. While the Internet has become an increasingly leading force in ...more »

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JobHuntOrg Twitter for Job Search

In keeping with the purpose of Job-Hunt.org, the JobHuntOrg Twitter stream is focused on helping job seekers find the latest information and best resources for their job search, with a perfect 100 "Twitter Grade" score from from Twitter.Grader.com. JobHuntOrg is included in both The Wall Street Journal's Careers Twitter list (WSJcareers/careers) and The New York Times Recruiting-Careers Twitter list (NYTimesRecruit/recruiting-careers) ...more »

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