Alison Doyle, from About.com, got to spend some time time talking with Indeed.com’s co-founder and CEO, Paul Forster, about online job searching and how to get the best results when using a job search engine.
Paul suggests that, “Job seekers narrow their search as much as possible in order to find jobs that fit their experience, skills, and desired location.” He goes on to say that it makes sense to “Focus on finding exactly the right jobs, rather than taking a scattered approach to job searching.”
In the article, Alison goes on to suggest tips to help you focus your job search to generate listings that match your criteria, including how to save time with job search engines, job searching by salary, using advanced search techniques and more. Read the full article to learn about all of Alison’s tip.
And remember…a job search engine we have at your disposal is The BRIDGE! Employers, alumni, parents and friends of Bucknell contact our office to specifically get their jobs and internships listed here because they want to hire Bucknellians! So read through these tips and then take them over to the BRIDGE and see what you can discover!
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