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where r the good websites to find jobs,in new york city. i’m a cert medical assistant and clerical?

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Question by deleon376: where r the good websites to find jobs,in new york city. i’m a cert medical assistant and clerical?

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Answer by domonique3333
Monster.com and careerbuilder.com both worked great for me. Also have you tried Yahoo job search?

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3 thoughts on “where r the good websites to find jobs,in new york city. i’m a cert medical assistant and clerical?

  1. justanotherengine says:

    craigslist.com

  2. JLMelvin says:

    There are a lot of job search engines online.

    Check out the link below for a list of job search engines…

    http://www.effective-resume-writing.com/list-of-job-search-engines.html

  3. Michael B says:

    Hi,

    The most important thing to remember about job searches is that you should use a combination of methods regardless of your location.

    Networking – Register at your local Unemployment Office (you don’t need to be on unemployment to register for their assistance). They often will have networking groups on a regular basis. They also are a good source for the jobs that never show up in the paper or online.

    Check your local paper — In many cases the paper’s classified are now online.

    Search Smart Online — If you don’t have a lot of time, spend most of your time at sites that aggregate the job feeds from several job search engines. Prominently these include indeed.com and thingamajob.com.

    Organization — I am the lead developer of a free online application that allows you to track your ads, jobs you apply for, send or print mail merged correspondence, and track your job search history. This site is jobsearchlog.com

    Good Luck,

    Michael

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