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LinkUp Job Search Engine Combs Web for Jobs

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Job search sites can be hit and miss, and your hunt for a new position can be frustrating and time-consuming as you continue to hit dead ends.

LinkUp is a promising solution. It only lists jobs taken directly from company Web sites. LinkUp calls these "hidden jobs," because they are typically unadvertised outside of company Web sites and can be difficult to find if you don't know where to look.


LinkUp claims to have over 16,000 companies in its database that are monitored every night. Companies range in size from the largest to the smallest, and from all locations across the United States.

Since all of the jobs come from company Web sites, you will find descriptive job listings, requirements and qualifications, benefits, company culture information, and a good idea of the kind of person the company is looking to hire. LinkUp takes down jobs when the hiring companies do.

The service is free to job-seekers.

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Unemployed (or Preparing to Be)? These Sites Could Be Your Best Friends

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We found a battery of new sites and services--such as LinkedIn JobsInsider, Recessionwire, and Uberi.com--dedicated to providing the kind of cost-cutting, job-search, and moral-support tools that can be invaluable during lean times.

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Another job-seeking site from Kim Komando:

Job searching the easy way
Even in the best of times, job hunting is no picnic. But these days, you need all the help you can get.

Fortunately, there are plenty of online job boards. You can search for your dream job from the comfort of home.

With all these job boards, your search can quickly become a job of its own. You can spend hours hopping from board to board.

That is, unless you visit Simply Hired. Its goal is to build the largest online database of jobs. That's a lofty goal!

Simply Hired has a good start, though, with more than 2.5 million listings.

These jobs aren't on Simply Hired's site. Rather, Simply Hired does the heavy lifting for you. It searches other job sites and lists openings in one place.

To make things even easier, Simply Hired will alert you to jobs that match your search. That means you have some time to focus on your online reputation!
www.komando.com/columns/index.aspx?i
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www.simplyhired.com/

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Tips on Using LinkedIn for Job-Hunting
LinkedIn's Company profiles page help job-seekers assess companies'
openings and priorities.
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Social and Professional Networking through the Internet

Interesting article here @ using Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to help land that next job:

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Consumer Report's Free Recession Guide:

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Kim Komando's Tips for Using the Internet for Job Hunting:

(I HIGHLY recommend signing up for Kim's daily tips: )

Hunting for a new job is always stressful. Trying to find one in a down economy is especially unnerving. It's important to have an edge on the competition. Luckily, your ace in the hole is staring you in the face.

Your computer is a powerful job-hunting tool. It can help you every step of the way. You'll find hundreds of companies looking for talent. It'll help you prepare for that first face-to-face meeting. It will even help you stand out during an interview.

I can't promise these tips will land you every job you want. But they may just give you that extra advantage you need. And with more competition than usual, that could be invaluable.

See who's hiring

The first step is to find out which companies are hiring. This is pretty easy. There are plenty of job boards online. You probably know the mainstays like CareerBuilder.com, Monster.com and TheLadders.com. You can also search thousands of smaller job boards at Indeed.com.

These job sites cast a wide net. You'll find jobs in a large number of fields. That can be good. But you may find yourself trying to sift through uninteresting lists. More specialized job sites might be more attractive. These can help you focus on jobs in your field. This helpful column lists several specialized job sites. www.komando.com/columns/index.aspx?i
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There may be a specific company you want to work for. Don't bother trying to find their posts on large job sites. Instead, go directly to the company's Web site. Every company has a Jobs page on its site.

Also, be careful not to fall for scams. Criminals prey on desperate and naďve job seekers. Read this tip to learn how to avoid these scams. www.komando.com/tips/index.aspx?id=3
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E-mailing your résumé

E-mail is the standard way to apply for a job. That means e-mailing your cover letter, résumé and other materials. Unfortunately, e-mail isn't as reliable as you think.

Most companies protect their internal e-mail systems. That means blocking spam and malicious messages with a filter. Those filters can strip important documents out of your application e-mail.

Attached documents can be mistaken for malicious files. And the body of your e-mail can be interpreted as spam. Know that an incomplete application won't be looked at twice.

One solution is to not attach any documents. Instead, include all text in the body of your e-mail. That may not work for every application. Some employers may require attached materials. To be as safe as possible, run your e-mail through ContentChecker. This watches for common spam flags. www.sparklist.com/resources/tools/co
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Rocking the interview

Landing an interview always feels great. But don't think your preparations are done. Now is the time to do some serious research. You'll want to know a lot about the company. Know the environment you want to be working in. Learn about the company's philosophies.

All this information can be found online. Nearly every company Web site has an extensive About Us page. This information will help you set the tone for your interview. You'll know what they are looking for in an employee. And you can ask intelligent questions.

You may be asked to make a presentation during the interview. Or, you can take the initiative and do one on your own. Make sure this is appropriate for the interview. It could be impressive or a turnoff. Again, some research will help you decide. Or you can simply ask if it would be all right.

Search thousands of job boards

Many of my listeners have been hit hard by the financial crisis. My inbox is filled everyday with requests for help.

Most who write in want to make money from home. They want to supplement their income by selling on eBay. Or, they want to get into microstock photography.

These are great ways to make some extra cash. But they're not for everyone. Some people would rather pick up a second job. Or, those who have been laid off need a job, period.

If you fall into the latter camp, head over to Indeed. This site crawls thousands of job boards. Then, it presents the results in an easy-to-use index.

All you need do is enter your search term and ZIP code. You'll get a list of matching results.

You'll likely find hundreds of results for a given search. Indeed makes it easy to narrow down these results.

You can make refinements by selecting a salary range. Or, select a job title or company. To apply for a position, just click through to the listing site.

Now is the perfect time to look for a second job. Many businesses are hiring seasonal help to assist with the holiday rush!

www.indeed.com

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Hope folks find this info to be helpful!

Hang in there, keep on plugging away!

Don

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Some help from techie quarters...! Don
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Best Downloads for Hard Economic Times

The economy has headed south. Don't despair: we're here to help with the best downloads for hard economic times. Whether you want to get your finances in order, extend the life of your PC by keeping it in tip-top shape, or save hundreds of dollars in software costs, PC World has what you need. We're rounded up a dozen downloads to help, and with a single exception, every single one of them is free.
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Another from Kim Komando which may be of use to some:

Break bad financial habits

The economic downturn has us all worried. Many of us are cutting back on vacations and unnecessary purchases.

But others have it more difficult. They're worried about paying their mortgages and feeding their families.

Fortunately, we can all take steps to improve our financial situations. And the Internet is the best place to find help.

At the Simple Dollar, you'll find great tips for reducing expenses. You'll also find ways to make better investments.

But the Simple Dollar will help you with more than saving cash. It can help you break bad spending habits. So, you'll be better prepared to weather future financial difficulties.

I know that many people feel a sense of hopelessness when it comes to their finances. So, you might think that your situation is insurmountable.

In that case, read Trent Hamm's story. He started the Simple Dollar after a self-described "financial meltdown." His story should give you the inspiration you need!
TO VISIT TODAY'S COOL SITE, GO HERE:
www.thesimpledollar.com

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Thanks for posting Don!

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Yet MORE from Kim Komando! www.komando.com

Online help for a tough job market

Unemployment is at a 14-year high. So, if you’re looking for a job, you’re not alone. Unfortunately, the competition makes landing a job more difficult.

You must be savvy. You’ll find plenty of help online. I have some tips, and some places to look.

Creating a stellar résumé

Your résumé is your professional calling card. A poorly executed one might well go into the trash. A clean, clear effort might get you an interview. Few people land jobs with just a good résumé. But a sloppy résumé is a killer. So, your résumé must be top-notch and error-free. It is the price of admission.

Most job boards offer tips for crafting a résumé. Or, search Google for sample résumés. Microsoft Word includes templates. Microsoft has more on its site. Take your time and do it right.

Watch out for filters

Companies often filter résumés with software. So, keywords are paramount. For example, list by name the programs you know. And include a job title in your objective.

Filters can also harm you when you e-mail your résumé. It could be flagged by a spam filter. For example, the term magna cum laude will likely flag your message.

Predicting what will trigger spam filters is difficult. Online tools like SpamCheck can help. They examine your message for “spammy” words.

Optimizing your résumé’s format

The format of your résumé is also very important. Obviously, you want a fully formatted résumé suitable for printing. Include indents, bullets and font formatting.

You also need a plain-text résumé for e-mailing. It shouldn’t contain bullets, special characters or font formatting. Use asterisks instead of bullets. All caps can be used to separate sections and highlight words.

Indents and complex spacing should be avoided. Spacing often doesn’t appear correctly in e-mail; this affects your résumé’s readability. E-mail it to yourself to check readability.

Many sites can use your plain-text résumé to complete an application. The contents of your résumé are matched with the appropriate fields.

E-mailing your résumé

If possible, do not e-mail your résumé as an attachment. Attachments can spread malware. Many corporate networks strip them from messages.

Opening an attachment also takes more time. Don’t give employers an excuse not to view your résumé!

Instead, put the job title or reference number in the e-mail subject line. In the body of the e-mail, place your cover letter and résumé. Mention also that a professionally formated version of your résumé is available.

Finding opportunities

Your first instinct is probably to start at a general job site like Careerbuilder and Monster. By all means, use these sites. But don’t forget specialized job boards.

Competition on general sites is tough. And you may not find high-level or specialized jobs. So, seek out a job board specializing in your field. There will be fewer job listings. But your chances are better.

Tech workers should try Dice. Upper-level executives should head to TheLadders. It list jobs paying $100,000 or more. SalesJobs is for sales professionals, while eFinancialCareers specializes in financial positions. For government jobs, hit USAJOBS.

Search Google for other specialized sites.

Network, network, network

Networking is still important! It can help you find unlisted positions. And contacts may be able to get your résumé to the appropriate party.

First, join an industry organization. You’ll meet others in your field, including those with hiring authority. You’ll also hear about opportunities. Many organizations have their own job boards.

Alumni associations are also helpful. Former classmates in your area may help with your search. You’ll find information on your alumni association on your college’s Web site.

You should join a networking site to develop new connections. The most popular is LinkedIn. You might also try Ecademy and Ryze. These sites are similar to other networking sites. However, the atmosphere is more buttoned down and professional.

My last word

I have done a lot of hiring over the years. Résumés that are off-target are quickly pitched. I once advertised for a researcher. A guy sent a résumé highlighting his invention of a pizza machine! Too bad I wasn’t looking for that. Tailor your résumé to fit the job.

If you get an interview, act like you want the job. Have a few questions. Answer those asked with confidence and enthusiasm. A tie for men never hurts. If you’re female, avoid short skirts and revealing tops. And always, always send a thank you note afterwards.

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More from Kim Komando...Don:

Make money and spend less

The economy is in a rough patch right now. Unemployment is up. The stock market is down. Banks are struggling. And no one seems to know what to do.

We've been through hard economic times before. And we'll make it through this one. But right now, everyone's wallet is feeling the squeeze. We all need to find ways to save. You may even want to earn some extra cash. But how do you do that?

The computer you're using right now may be your best tool.

Freebies to help you cut costs

Saving money is important. Find out how you can shave costs from your computer and other gear to start. I have links for free software and sites that can help.

Make money from home

Everyone could use a little extra spending cash. There are a number of ways to make money from home. Find out how you can turn your skills and ideas into cash.

Earn cash selling items online
A sure way to make money online is by selling things. You can keep it in the community by selling locally. Or reach out to the world through sites like eBay. Here are some tips on how to start.

Start your own business
Do you have a skill or passion that you could start a business with? Don't let it go to waste! Get time-saving tips for small business owners. Plus, learn what tools you need to start your own business.

www.komando.com/moneycenter/

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Politically speaking, increasing recognition is being paid to the HUGE problem of health insurance for the unemployed:

"Lose Your Job, Lose Your Health Insurance:
As more people lose their jobs, they may have to rely on COBRA or the individual insurance market to get health insurance for themselves and their family. But with insurance companies raising premiums by double digits, most will not be able to afford it."

Link to article: www.ourfuture.org/blog-entry/2009010
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Here's another helpful post from Kim Komando:

Finding hidden jobs

How many job seekers do you know who read the classified ads? I imagine you know very few.

These days, most job seekers turn to the Internet. After all, you can find thousands and thousands of jobs on sites like Monster.

But competition for these jobs will be tough—especially in today's job market. Also, general job sites are better for finding lower-paying jobs.

So, job seekers are better off visiting niche job sites. There will be fewer listings. But, the positions will be better. You also have a better chance of standing out from the crowd.

Even with niche job sites, you may not get the full picture, though. Companies may not list their opening on job sites.

Instead, the openings may only appear on their corporate sites. That can be a real hassle. You don't want to visit every site on the Net to find a job!

That's where LinkUp comes in. This site will help you find job listings on company sites. All you need do is enter a job title and your ZIP code.

There's another benefit to LinkUp. It is sure to be a hit with job seekers. The listings are all legitimate openings with legitimate companies. Not so on other job sites!

TO VISIT TODAY'S COOL SITE, GO HERE:
www.linkup.com

Don

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Thank you so much for this post!!! :)

Make short term goals:

Swim run and lift as much as possible!

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Help for the unemployed

(I'm passing this along courtesy of Kim Komando ( www.komando.com/coolsites/ind
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). If anyone is aware of other resources please keep posting on this thread. Also post the degree to which any resources you have used have been helpful. Together, I'd like to build a WEALTH of information and resources for dealing with being laid off to help everyone to STAY STRONG! :-) ...Don)

Americans are struggling. We're battling the worst economy in decades. We're facing foreclosures and unemployment.

Many people are unprepared to weather this economy. So, there is an overwhelming sense of despair.

The other day, I did a little experiment. I tried to imagine what it would be like to be newly unemployed.

It was frightening. I realized that I wouldn't know what to do. How would I meet my mortgage payment? How would I feed my family? What about health insurance?

The same thoughts are wearing heavy on the minds of millions. Only for many, these worries are a reality.

Fortunately, help is available. Government programs can help you get through these difficult times.

I know many listeners will detest the thought of requesting assistance. However, your tax dollars support these programs. They're there to help when you need them.

First, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. In some states, you can apply online. Find links to your state's unemployment agency at CareerOneStop.

You may also be able to receive assistance with food. You can apply to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program online. These benefits will help you keep food on the table.

Finding health insurance is trickier.

You may be able to continue your health benefits under COBRA. In that case, you'll cover the cost of your premiums yourself. Learn more at the Department of Labor's site.

If you can't cover your premium, there may be other options. Visit Cover the Uninsured. It will help you find options for health benefits in your state.

At the very least, you should be able to insure your children. Most states provide benefits to children. That's true even if you're working. Find out more at Insure Kids Now.

Links:

CareerOneStop (Unemployment) - www.servicelocator.org

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - www.fns.usda.gov

COBRA - www.dol.gov

Insure Kids Now - www.insurekidsnow.gov

Cover the Uninsured -

covertheuninsured.org/stateguides

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