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Our prompts on IT Job Search


It is evident that IT – Information Technology job searching should be made through internet resources.


Online job search resources, including job search sites, job search engines, networking sites, online job search tools, and tips - make sure that you are use all the Internet job search resources available to help find a job online.


There is a variety of sites to find job listings including job boards, job search engine sites, niche job sites, jobs listed by type of job seeker and location, and additional job listing sites.


You do not know how to start? We have some tips for you:


1.    Select appropriate site with job listings and create your own account.


You need to register on this site and after you receive an email confirmation about your successful registration from the site moderator you have an access to the job list.


IT field usually has many specialties, and some sites may require filling in a form on-line to specify your individual Our prompts on IT Job Search


2.    profile in order to simplify your browsing.


3.    They can offer choosing the time you will work. It can be full-time, part-time, contract, trainee or temporary jobs category.


4.    If you cannot find your job listed on the site, you can post your resume which would be available to the employers.


5.    Check the job you are looking for on several sites.


6.    Register on several sites to raise your chances of finding a job.


7.    Comply your resume basing on good examples you can find on the Internet


    


In order not to fail and not to be lost among the IT jobs listed on the site, take into account the following factors:


1.    Define the location of your job. In case you are going to move to another city or state in the future, you need to specify if the employer can offer the same position there.


2.    Arrange your career portfolio in soft cover (your resume could be sent by email to the employer) and hard cover (some companies require this for submission).


3.     Define your salary.


4.    Place items listed above by their priorities in your own opinion.