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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Sun, 4 Jul 1999 10:45:25 -0400


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I thought those of you searching for other forms of employment might =
appreciate these sites. I found them in our Sunday paper 7/4/99. They =
are from the column "Getting Hired" by Marvin Wahlberg. I haven't =
checked them out but he recommends them. Linda

http://www.CareerPath.com Rated best overall, with the widest job =
listing drawn from an impressive list of daily newspaper classifieds and =
participating employers.

http://www.career-builder.com Rated the most comprehensive resource on =
the Web, with links to other interesting and useful sites such as =
studentcenter.com, and discoverme.com. He also likes this sites "ask =
the experts" section, which allows you to e-mail job-search questions =
that are answered by experts.

Other sites listed:
CareerPath, CareerBuilder, America's Job Bank, CareerMosaic, Online =
Career and Monster-Board.

He suggests any of the above sites, or go to Cyber411, which will link =
you to 16 search engines, each with its own job-search offering.

He says that surfing for leads is good, but "nothing beats the =
well-groomed, interview-suited job seeker talking face-to-face with =
network contacts.

Hopes this helps those of you seeking a new position. You might want to =
forward this to others you know in the same position. Good luck!!! =
Linda=20

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http://www.CareerPath.com &nb= sp;  =20 Rated best overall, with the widest job listing drawn from an impressive = list of=20 daily newspaper classifieds and participating = employers.
 
http://www.career-builder.com&= nbsp; =20 Rated the most comprehensive resource on the Web, with links to other=20 interesting and useful sites such as studentcenter.com, and=20 discoverme.com.  He also likes this sites "ask the = experts"=20 section, which allows you to e-mail job-search questions that=20 are=20 answered by experts.
 
Other = sites=20 listed:
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He = suggests any of=20 the above sites, or go to Cyber411, which will link you to 16 search = engines,=20 each with its own job-search offering.
 
He = says that=20 surfing for leads is good, but "nothing beats the well-groomed,=20 interview-suited job seeker talking face-to-face with network=20 contacts.
 
Hopes = this helps=20 those of you seeking a new position.  You might want to forward = this to=20 others you know in the same position.  Good luck!!! =20 Linda 
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