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A Look at What Job Search Engines Are and Where They Are Headed in the Future

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Job search engines refer to employment websites that are created with the specific purpose of helping people find employment or promote their careers. A number of such websites have been designed with a view to allowing employers to post their job requirements for positions that they need to have filled up. In addition, these websites might also offer employer reviews as well as advice on finding the right jobs and pursuing different careers.

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A Look at What Job Search Engines Are and Where They Are Headed in the Future

  1. 1. ==== ====For Realtime Job Search Please Visitjob-postings.info==== ====Have you ever considered looking in a 100k job search engine for the job of your dreams? Imguessing you have not. This is simply because most of us are still stuck to the conventional routineof finding a company, applying there for a job, inquiring as to whether there is any vacancy forsomeone of your qualifications etc.The Edge!This is generally a really long drawn process and sometimes, doomed for failure, simply becausethere are just a few job vacancies and a hundred applicants! Now really, what are the odds thatyoure going to get the job? Pretty slim, right? But with a 100k job search engine, it is the otherway around!The internet will make sure that a list of endless possibilities opens up before you and all you needto do is study it well and take your pick! Getting a 100k job was never easier. Now a 100k jobsearch engine cannot be like any other job search engine, simply because of the large sums ofmoney involved in them.Special FeaturesSo what really, is so different about a job search engine for 100k? Well, for one, several of thesespecialized search engines enable you to convert your resume into a live document!Yup, you can go so far as to say, that youre going to be available or rather, visible, on every majorsearch engine, once youve used this feature and that makes the process of getting a job muchsimpler!These 100k employment search engines are not specialized for nothing. In fact, they are greatbecause they offer you the whole deal - yes, they help you present yourself as a brand.So if you dont know the basics of branding yourself, then you can learn with the help of these100k work search engine. You need to pay a small amount, but in return for that, youll learn awhole bunch of useful skills, which will go a long way in helping you secure that 100k job.Not just that, if you are sufficiently qualified, you can be quite choosy about your 100k career. Youcan take your pick from just about every field.Healthcare, Business management, architecture, engineering and consultancy jobs, marketingexecutive jobs etc. - you name it, these 100k employment search engines have them all. So notonly do you get your dream job - you get several variations of your dream job to choose from!
  2. 2. Now, isnt that something?Im sure youre nodding along to that. So what is the moral of the story? Dont believe anyone whotells you that 100k jobs are best found through professional recruiters and fee-based high level jobboards. The 100k job search engine will do just fine for your needs, so start looking today!A Look at What Job Search Engines Are and Where They Are Headed in the FutureJob search engines refer to employment websites that are created with the specific purpose ofhelping people find employment or promote their careers. A number of such websites have beendesigned with a view to allowing employers to post their job requirements for positions that theyneed to have filled up. In addition, these websites might also offer employer reviews as well asadvice on finding the right jobs and pursuing different careers.A majority of job search engines will offer descriptions about jobs that need to be filled and theywill also provide information regarding the employer. Anyone that is looking to find a job can usesuch sites where they need to fill out job applications or submit resumes via the Internet to theprospective employer. At present, it is believed that there are more than forty thousand such jobsearch engines in existence.The habit of seeking online employment started way back in the early thirties when nonprofitorganizations with the backing of the biggest forty corporations created a system to help jobseekers store their resumes in online databases that could be tapped by recruiters.Later, software was developed that was sold to companies who could use this software to list theirjob openings via the Internet. Such software also enabled the user in managing incoming emailswhich would be sent to them by prospective employees.job search engines are websites that help in promoting job hunting and will range from being verysmall and niche oriented to those that are very large and all encompassing. The larger sites willprovide job openings for various different job categories and users will be allowed to send theirresumes to these sites and these resumes can also be sent to prospective employers who in turnwill be allowed to post their job openings in order to attract the best employees.Typically, the phrase job search engine refers to any job board which has a special (search enginestyle) interface. It can also mean that the site indexes and even searches a variety of websites.Furthermore, some of these search engines are only involved in collecting results from a variety ofindependently run job boards. Others are mainly involved in indexing other and more traditionalstyle job boards.Of late, a new type has emerged in which people are charged a membership fee in order to makeuse of the website. Such sites are referred to as Pay for Performance or PFP which are sites thatscreen various job listings and then hand selected job openings to members based on how wellthe job suits the members job profile.The bottom line is that such job boards are doing an excellent job of bridging the gap that existsbetween a person looking for a job and those that are offering jobs. This has led to a plethora ofsuch sites mushrooming up in order to address specific requirements. In fact, some of these
  3. 3. websites may be niche oriented or even more general by nature.Get to Know How to Use a Job Search EngineHow does it works?A job search engine is very similar to doing a search on Google or Yahoo. Itsearch true the Internet and shows you the best possible matches according to the keyword thatyou entered.The indexes of job search engines are mainly from the web sites of the employers. Job seekersare greatly benefited due to the vertical search engines since they are able to locate new jobopenings, which are not available through traditional web search engines because vertical searchengines provide information about specific business.Many job search engines are emerging owing to the popularization of vertical search in USA andother countries. The popular search engines in US are Hound.com and indeed.com. Anothersearch engines like Flipdog has rise in popularity throughout the world. Tolmol and Bixee are thefamous search engines in India, while Hippo is a famous Australian search engine.Benefits Some of the benefits of using a job search engine is:It has a wide category of job lists of various fields Enables the job seekers to have a glance at the wide and multiple web sites that are available onthe InternetProvide index about the primary traditional job boardsCut down on the search time Gathers information from all sources available on the World Wide Web and presents it together inone search.Things you should be aware of!The job candidate are encouraged to post their CV along with theircontact details. Job seekers should be cautious while up loading personal information sincecontrol cannot be exercised over the resume. This is just a tip to be kept in mind, but you shouldmake sure that the website where you are uploading your information is a genuine job providerwebsite. It might happen that the resume may get into the hands of fraudsters who might misusethe information.
  4. 4. Job search engines to some extent bridge the gap between the employers and the job seekers.Many opportunities in certain sectors like education hospital management, health care and non-government sector are also available through job search engines.Job search engines depend on the technology of Search Engine Optimization. They will indexthose pages, which have maximum keywords and rank them higher in the search result.Obviously, the web surfers, most of the times will click the first web link provided through theresult.While using the job search engines, job seekers must provide appropriate keywords to get theexact result. Keywords like jobs in Denver, job opportunities in Denver, etc. help in getting thedesired information in just one search. Job search engines also help in finding the appropriate jobpositions with help of keywords.Using a free job search engine is one of the most effective and inexpensive ways to obtainemployment. There are a lot of other ways to go about getting a job, however using a job searchengine just so happens to be one of the most convenient. Employers rely heavily on job searchengines to help them find the right employees. They know that just about everyone has access tothe Internet, whether it is through their home computer, or at their local unemployment office.People are provided the opportunity to obtain employment through using a free job search engineby typing in the type of job they are interested in along with the area they wish to work in. Whenusing job search websites, people can also submit their resume for free. Once theyveaccomplished this, employers will contact them if they are interested in the skills they have to offer.This makes it much easier for employers, as many of them would rather search through theavailable resumes that have been posted on the sites than sort through hundreds (and sometimesthousands) of daily applications.A jobs website that charges a fee can be effective in helping people find employment, but mayalso be a waste of time and money, especially since most employers that post positions using paidsites also use the free sites. Basically, its just a waste of money, particularly if you dont have anyand are trying to find a job.The majority of the time, people can find the job they are looking for using a free job search enginein less than a few weeks. Fortunately, there are quite a few free sites available to use. Each sitelists different jobs, although several of them may list many of the same positions, depending onwhether or not the employers choose to use more than one site.Job search engine sites are organized and designed so even the most amateur Internet users canunderstand them. All you do is type in the name of the site you want to use. Next, you will see afew spaces for typing in the type of job or keyword you have in mind. There will also be a box thatallows you to select a specific job category that will search every job available, such as positions inhealthcare, general labor, consultant, customer service, etc. There is also a space provided thatallows you to type in the specific city and state where you desire to work.Some people only use the tab that allows you to type in keywords, while others just choose to
  5. 5. select jobs by category. If you want to narrow your search, you can use all three tabs. Forexample, if you are looking for part-time nursing positions in Raleigh, NC. Simply type in Raleigh,NC for your location, the phrase "part-time nurse" into "keywords" box, and hit "enter". You willthen be directed to a page that displays your search results. From there, you will select the ad youwant to view, determine if you are eligible by the requirements listed, and then apply according toinstruction.Using a free job search engine is not at all complicated. Youll find a job a lot quicker if you usemore than one. Check these sites on a daily basis to see if there have been any new job postings.Most job search engine sites post new positions each day, so its best to make sure that you dontmiss out on obtaining your dream job.How to Optimize Your CV for Job Search EnginesHere are some professional insights into how to create a keyword rich CVs for improved rankingson Job Portals.If you are going to be registering your CV on Job Portals (or if you have already done so) as partof your job hunting strategy, then you need to understand the significance of creating a keywordrich Curriculum Vitae. Your CV is the only real bait that you have available on job boards in orderto hook those recruiters who are searching for suitable candidates on job board search engines.With so many companies using the Internet to find talent, a search-friendly, keyword rich CVbecomes your most vital job hunting tool, and while so many job seekers are competing for jobs inwhat is known as one of the toughest job markets in decades, you need to ensure that your CVstands out and ranks at the top of the recruiters search results.By optimizing your CV for higher search rankings, you are effectively out-ranking yourcompetitors. In the traditional online world, this process is known by internet professionals asSearch Engine Optimization. This is where millions of pages (owned by millions of companies)compete on Search Engines to rank on the first page of the search engines results for a particularsearch query.Job Search engines work much like traditional search engines (such as Google, Bing or Yahoo) inthat it uses algorithmic software to find, crawl and index the pages (CVs) on the internet (jobboard) in order to better understand what the general theme or area of specialization is for thatthat page (CV). By optimizing your CV for targeted keywords, your CV has a better chance of out-ranking your competitors for that targeted search term.How to optimize your CV for targeted keywordsWhen compiling your CV, try to include more specific keywords instead of broader ones. Forinstance, if you are looking to be found for jobs that require a PHP Developer, be sure to use theword PHP Developer or PHP Web Developer throughout your CV where applicable rather thansimply saying that you did web development and then listing PHP separately under a list of keyskills. You would be far better off to list the full keyword phrase PHP Web Developer whereverpossible in addition to including the keywords in other areas such as a CV Title and under the list
  6. 6. of Technical Skills as well as in your cover note (both in the body and the subject line of the covernote). If the job portal asks you for a list of key skills - or for a CV title - be sure to include PHPWeb Developer there as well. The more frequently you can specify your target keywords, themore likely your CV is to rank higher in the search results.Most industries use very specific buzz-words, jargon and acronyms. If this is the case in yourindustry (e.g. SEO Analyst is used for Search Engine Optimization Analyst or CA is used forChartered Accountant) then be sure to use variations of both the full name as well as the acronymthroughout your CV.When listing your educational qualifications, try to be as specific as possible with regards to yourarea of specialization in order to further support the rest of the body of your CV. Where you havecompleted short courses or workshops that relate to the target keyword (job title), then list theseas well.By repeating the keyword (naturally and where relevant), you are reinforcing the fact that you are aspecialist in your field. To further enhance your CV - and to make it easier for the users to quicklyidentify that you are in fact the expert that they are looking for - make the keyword bold whereveryou have used it (including the acronyms, variations and synonyms thereof).Back up your credibilityIn the traditional Search Engine Optimization world, a page that receives links to it is consideredcredible (based on the quality of the linking website) and therefore counts as a vote of confidencefor that website. These links are considered important for search engines when determining whichweb pages are not only most relevant, but also most credible and authoritative.Since you are unable to get web links from related websites to your CV on a Job Boards CVdatabase, the most effective way to position your CV as credible and authoritative is to includereferences from previous employers, as well as links to websites, profiles or articles where youhave been mentioned or credited for professional opinions relating to your field of expertise. If youhave a professional Blog, include the link to this Blog in your CV as well.If you are using LinkedIn, include a link to the recommendations page (if you have receivedendorsements on your profile) on LinkedIn from your CV where recruiters can view comments andrecommendations by previous employers, colleagues or clients.By following these basic guidelines you will notice a significant increase in the number of viewsthat your CV receives.==== ====For Realtime Job Search Please Visitjob-postings.info==== ====

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