Did you know that there are more than 100,000 job boards out there? This means that there are jobs being posted online on job boards you are unaware of. Fortunately for you, Google indexes a lot (if not all) of them. Yet, how does one search all of those job boards? Well, I might have the answer.
Below is a list of search strings for finding jobs on Google. It is designed for recruiters who are looking for work, but anyone can use them. Simply change the word “recruiter” to whatever job title. Make sense?
Good luck with your job search!
P.S. Feel free to pass this around to any and all concerned. No need to ask permission. Go ahead and share it. (But you cannot sell it.)
Sharing tweets of very cool and unique job search strategies I found online. If you are looking for work or, new ways to promote your personal brand, these tips are for you. Enjoy…
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IN THIS eBOOK:
RECRUITERS! Resume Forensics is a quick and easy guide to finding free resumes and passive candidates on the web. Heavy on visuals and light on text, this book is written and designed for the short attention span of recruiters, sourcers and the companies that employ them.
JOBSEEKERS! If the only thing you have done to find work is post your resume to a job board, you are missing out on countless opportunities. Resume Forensics will open your eyes to how recruiters search the internet to find people who are not even looking for work but are being contacted for jobs that you will most likely, never hear about. Why not listen in on these recruiting strategies then, position yourself to be found?
In this book, you will learn:
# How to find qualified candidates that do not have their resumes posted online.
# What you should do prior to sourcing resumes online.
# Why you should use more than one search engine
# How to find free resumes on Google
# How to find free resumes on Yahoo
# How to find free resumes on Bing
# Secret search commands that are exclusive to Google
# How to build resume search strings for finding candidates
# How to find resumes your competition has overlooked
# How to use Google resources to find passive candidates
# Research data relevant to resume sourcing and lead generation of passive candidates
# Strategies on how to manage your sourcing research
RECRUITERS! Whether you are a novice to finding potential hires online, an expert or something in between; this book is filled with tips, tricks and strategies that you can immediately use to fill your open positions.
JOBSEEKERS! Let the strategies herein inspire you to do something different. Take steps to attract hidden opportunities to you.
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I am autographing books to be given away at the mobile recruiting conference in Atlanta. If you are attending, you may be lucky enough to win one. Good luck!