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Keywords, Location and
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Date to view results in date order.
The Browse tab
quickly refines your
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current search criteria.
Select the Search tab to
edit your search criteria.
When you refine your search and like the results, create a Saved Search or a
Job Agent. Job Agents are Saved Searches that email you when new jobs that
match your search criteria are posted to ClearedJobs.Net. You can receive Job
Agent notifications daily, weekly or monthly.
The Keywords you use for search are highlighted
in your search results for easy reference.
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Use the handy Zip Code tool to quickly
find a centrally located Zip Code and
search on a radius. This is the most
accurate geographic search method.
Click on Search Tips help for keyword advice
on more targeted or complex searches.
Consider selecting your current
Security Clearance as well as
clearances below the level you
1. Don't use Commas or Dashes between words.
2. If you enter a phrase such as project manager, your search results are
job descriptions containing the words project and manager or the phrase
project manager. For more precise results use quotation marks around
the phrase. Enter “project manager” and your results will only be job
descriptions that contain the phrase “project manager”.
3. Use Boolean Operators – AND, OR, NOT – for more complex searches.
Use parentheses to create a series of options. For example:
A. “java developer” AND unix for results that contain the phrase java
developer and the word unix.
B. “java developer” AND (unix OR linux) for results that contain the
phrase “java developer” and the words unix or linux.
C. “java developer” AND (unix OR linux) NOT mysql for results that
contain the phrase “java developer” and the words unix or linux but
not the word mysql.
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