online job sites in the net

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  1. RestOwner

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    Does anybody knows a more comprehensive job portal in the internet? If yes, can you please tell me?
     
  2. Fergal

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    Monster is probably the largest job site on the Internet. However there are lots of other job sites, including some that specialise in particular countries or particular industries. Are you looking for work within a particular industry? What country are you based in?

    You might also find some of the freelance and trading sites listed in our our Useful Business Resources / Links thread helpful.
     
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    Search on google

    The best way used to waste some time on google serach where you can easily find job related various portal...
     
  4. Abraham

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    Every body trying to find a way where from he can get some extra money, There are many sites about it but most are fraud. I am searching that one but i could not find any one.
     
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    Hi RestOwer. What is your location? If you're around Asia, try looking on Jobstreet.

    I think, Fergal is right about Monster being the largest and reputable online job site. It has PR8 together with Careerbuilder.

    Some of the online job sites with high PR:
    Jobsite.co.uk
    Hotjobs.yahoo
    Job-hunt.org
    Hound
    Dice
    Workopolis
    Nationjob

    Hope that helps.
     
  6. Blacklight

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    applying jobs online is one tough decesion and you must have a very attractive resume that will caught the attention of the interviewer in a snap. so you have to be creative in making your resume.
     
  7. RestOwner

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    Great advice guys, thanks a lot. I'm gonna touch up my resume and keep searching.
     
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    Hi just like what I've shared to other thread, you can check Craigslist and Odesk. They have a lot of online jobs there that can suit your expertise. Good luck to your job hunt.
     
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    Try naukri.com ,visit the site .make an account and submit your profile and your e-mail address,It is a good site as far as i have heared....
     
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    Let me know what kind of Online job you are looking for. i have a few vaccancies in my virtual Office :)
     
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    Few site which I know:

    Naukri.com
    TimesJobs.com
    Shine.com

    They all are great and have many jobs posted on them.
     
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    If it's writing/blogging work you're looking for, keep an eye on problogger.net's job board, mediabistro and allfreelancewriting.com.
     
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    Try Monster, Careerbuilder.com, and craigslist as well
     
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    Hi Mate

    There are different job sites available .I suggest naukari is the best one.
     
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    What does this naukari do? How do they helped you on finding jobs online?
     
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    Go to www.getafreelancer.com
    This is the biggest freelance job site where you can find thousands of freelance jobs that you can work online from your home for real companies.
     
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    Have you got any experiences from that site?
     
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    i found jobstreet more comprehensive when in comes to job listing. there's also craigslist :D
     
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    But Jobstreet.com only have job listings for the following countries: Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, India, Thailand, Japan, and Hong Kong.
     

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