Free Job Posting Sites: National Sites – Part 6 of 6

If you have loads of reqs. to fill across a vast array of locations, state and city searches may not be enough. You may want to broaden your candidate search and go national. When this is the case, try some or all of these sites: For non-profit organizations committed to diversity, willing to partner with the Minorities’ Job Bank, check out: http://www.minorities-jb.com/native/partners/partnering.html If you have a job that requires a bilingual candidate (Spanish or Portuguese and English) – try LatPro at: http://www.latpro.com If you’re a corporate recruiter, post your job page at Career Exposure at: http://www.careerexposure.com/index2.html Jobland USA may not be the premiere free site, but it offers three different ways to get your jobs out there. First, there’s a classified section where you can post for free according to work category at: http://jobland.com/classifieds/

Then, if you have the jobs posted on your own site, you can add that URL to their database at: http://jobland.com/websearch/AddURL.html

Or, from: http://jobland.com/websearch/urlser.html you can even submit your postings page to over 20 different search engines, including Northern Light, AltaVista, HotBot, and Google. You can also try Big Jobs at: http://www.bigjobs.net/post.htm Or Career File at: http://www.careerfile.com/ Or Professional Careers Network deals with the top 34 industries and you can post your jobs for free at: http://www.jobs-careers.com/visit.html The Job Resource is terrific if you need entry-level, college-educated workers. Try it at: http://www.TheJobResource.com/prospects/ Then, too, there is SearchEase at: http://www.searchease.com/cgi-bin/wc.dll?EEnter~?PostJobs Of course, don’t forget Yahoo! Classifieds at: http://classifieds.yahoo.com/ If you can’t find any local candidates and are willing to sponsor an immigrant, post at Visa Jobs at: http://209.35.112.66/html/employers.html

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Jennifer Hicks, a seasoned Internet researcher who writes extensively on the use of the Internet for job hunters and recruiters, is a contributor to AIRS research. The AIRS Search Guide acts as your personal trainer, guiding you through our Advanced Internet Recruitment Strategies (AIRS) in a highly illustrated offline magazine. Each issue is full of new sourcing strategies, search examples, step-by-step procedures, and AIRS latest research for finding high-value passive candidates on the Internet. Contact AIRS at searchguide@airsproducts.com

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