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Absolutely Abby Offers Secrets From A Corporate Recruiter

AbsolutelyAbby.com was created by Abby Kohut, a Staffing Consultant with 15 years of corporate staffing experience. Abby offers a comprehensive list of secrets for all phases of a job search from the viewpoint of a corporate recruiting professional. She recommends that you first answer your career wake up call and take the time to identify your ideal job and preferred industries. Without knowing your goals, it is impossible ...more »

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KeyTrain

This is tool is awesome! It's online, diverse in content, and developed to increase scholastic and workforce knowledges. It is great for students of all ages and subject concentrations.

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Experience Works Inc

A must click for employers looking to hire and the older job seeker. Helps to improve lives of older people by helping them to find training and employment.in their community. Facilitate the long and difficult task for an employer of best job matching between their hiring needs and a trained, reliable,,honest Experience Works participant.

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Multilingual Skills

Create site for people who speak more than two languages and have connections in other countries. A type of "Global Social Network". Employers can use candidates to serve as liasons or guides to understanding different cultures and the best way to do business and/or marketing. This site could also greatly benefit Conservation/Environmentalists organizations trying to navigate through governmental red tape.

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Twitter

Yes, twitter! Though it may not be for every job seeker, it must be included in the resources one-stop centers provides to customers. In my role as Career Placement Officer at Saddleback College, I use Twitter to connect with recruiters, companies, and other sites offering students and community members with real-time job openings, career exploration tips, trends in resume/interviewing/job search techniques, and useful ...more »

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Zumeo.com

Not just a job board, Zumeo is a career discovery tool and professional social network. Build a Live ResumĂ©, discover your strengths through our assessment tool, and get matched to relevant jobs. Then get connected with your friends, colleagues, and other people who can help you in your career. You can use Zumeo to research potential employers and find out about their company culture while viewing their job openings. ...more »

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Tweetajob

Tweetajob is an exciting new online recruitment platform that advances the use of Twitter for recruiting talent. Jobseekers receive filtered job tweets that match their location and career interests. The service is free to jobseekers. Recruiters pay a nominal fee to post jobs through a simple interface; jobs are tweeted instantly to jobseekers’ Twitter timeline or to their mobile phones.

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