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10/11/16  |  Posted by LeAnn Troutner  |  Posted in Digital Creativity

I have found this site, probably a month ago, that allows you to search and apply for jobs, internships and online jobs easily. You can search as much as you want, even with different specifications but to apply to anything you need to have an account. It is free and easy to join.

The site recommends, as do I, to fill out the information in the profile for better and easier matches. The site and employers will look at the profile when looking at you as a candidate. As well it would be good to have a professional picture, when I say professional I mean something that you would want to show employers and the picture represents/shows who you are.

After signing up and filling out the profile it is easy to get started in the search because the site will have already pulled suggested entries for you based on your profile information. This is another reason why it is so important to keep your profile updated. When searching it is easy to just look at the recommendations for you as the site as already screened through to see what you qualify to do, but you can go on your own and search based on location, time of the year, job types, industry, paid only and one click application.

When going through your results and looking at the entries brought to you, you can get more details simply by clicking on the post. As well at this stage you can save the entry for later by hitting the star in the bottom left corner. When the entry is forward being when you can apply for it. Depending on the entry depends on how to apply but the entry always explains and shares the way with the viewer. Whether in the big view or the smaller view it is easy to see the general idea of the position allowing you to go through each quickly and easily.

I haven’t used this site long but I already know it will be a site I visit often as I am looking for an internship or a job. If you do apply and join, make sure you do visit often as someone can message you on the site and it may be important.

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