Where to post your resume
LOS ANGELES, CA -- Recruiters are reporting a higher numbers of positions to fill than in months past. And most are turning to career websites to instantly find qualified candidates currently on the market. However, with so many available candidates, and the large fees charged them by the biggest job boards, many hiring managers have turned to a variety of the smaller job boards to look for new employees.
So while it may take some time, posting your resume on all the best sites, large and small, is the best way to maximize your job opportunities. If you want the exposure but also want to avoid spending 60 hours filling out 75 web forms, consider letting a service like Resume Rabbit do the work for you. Fill out just one easy form and you'll be posted on up to 75 top career sites like Job.net, America's Job Exchange, CareerBuilder, Dice and more. A comprehensive list of all the sites they post to is on their home page.
Whether you do it by hand or use a service like Resume Rabbit, creating accounts on all the best career sites will give you access to millions of jobs and exposure to 1.5 million employers and recruiters daily. To try Resume Rabbit, follow this link.