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Find your dream job
(Another new resource shared by Kim Komando!)
There are plenty of job websites out there, and, if you're unemployed, you've probably tried them all. Finding work can be a frustrating process.
Most jobs sites are essentially search engines. Employers post openings and the website allows you to filter which jobs you're interested in by location, type, salary and more. They rely on you to weed out the jobs that don't fit.
Bright is a little different. This site uses powerful algorithms and data research to match your résumé to job openings that correspond to your skills and interests.
You can still search by location and title, but once you upload your résumé, the site can do its work. Bright is designed to analyze your résumé like a recruiter, and has a comparative accuracy of 93% against human interviewers.
You will need to create a Bright account using an email address or Facebook account to start searching available jobs.
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