ADP JOB -You can search for a job of your choice, just simply type in the title of the job or a keyword and then your location. After selecting the job that suits you, go ahead and apply for the position. If you know someone who maybe interested in the job, you can simply share the link with them. “But can you really get hired though facebook?”
Facebook Hires - lets meet few people that ADP hired through facebook.. Patrick – How worked his way up to be a district manager Grady – An implementation specialist Stephanie – An insurance account executive
Events -Another cool feature that’s on ADP Careers pages is the events tab. You can view any local events that’s scheduled and the details of the event. See who is attending and you can also choose to attend the events.
Resumes -You can post your resume up on Craig’s List, and when employers browse through the collection, and if they like what they see they will get in contact with you via Craig’s List email.Gigs -Most gigs are unpaid and preformed to gain experience. There are a verity gigs available, some gigs may be a one time event and you are compensated in crash. Jobs -In Craig's List you can find jobs anywhere from general labor to engineering, full-time and or part-time. If you have all the necessary qualifications and a resume, all you need to do is reply to the post with your resume and wait for the interview. Internships -You can also find internships on Craig’s List. In a category under the job section you can narrow your search only to show internships. You can simply reply to the post with your resume and the requested information in the post.Safety & Scam -Just like most online networking sites, Craig’s List also has its disadvantages. One of the main drawbacks is scams and spams. Under the gigs section anyone can post anything so remember to always do your research. When posting up your resume leave out your home address and phone number, a valid email is enough. You should never do business in your home or let a stranger in to your home for any reason. Basically if it is too good to be true its probably not true. I personally…