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  • I've gone to several job websites and Monster dot Com has to be the best one I've visited
  • In my opinion, anything posted before February 2009 should be deleted from those site's pages
  • While Monster dot Com is better than lots of other job websites (and I got my current work through the website) try and apply to as many jobs that relate to your occupation of field of experience as possible

    • by Thierry Snipes
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      The amount of people showing up in the unemployment line lately has almost quadrupled, that’s why it’s slightly difficult to think these job websites would have anything to offer the unemployed, or those individuals seeking to supplement their income. It is true that somewhere around 500,000 job loses were announced for the month of February, but compare that number to over millions of Americans with jobs and you realize that it doesn’t necessarily spell out depression, though we are

      in a recession.

      I’ve gone to several job websites and Monster dot Com has to be the best one I’ve visited. There were lots of sites I’ve visited that had nothing but job postings from months ago. We’re in a recession! Who gives a crap about jobs that we can’t remotely apply for from months ago? In my opinion, anything posted before February 2009 should be deleted from those site’s pages. Monster dot Com does keep their postings up for a few months, but they’re constantly posting new jobs. A co-worker of mine informed me that when he was looking for employment a few weeks ago (before he found the job he’s currently employed at), he said he submitted his resume to four companies on Monday and by Tuesday he’d had two interviews secured. Talk about fast! Though we both stay in the Toledo, Ohio area, jobs are just as scarce here as they are in Detroit, Michigan. That’s ...


      • Monster dot Com
      makes me feel less fearful about the job market here or anywhere else in the United States.

      Please believe me, beautiful people, the economy is down, but it’s not out. My cousin recently bought almost $40 worth of reading glasses online, and he only makes about $624 a month! So people are still making money and purchasing. Check out Monster dot Com as soon as you can. The site is easy to navigate through (that’s why I always go back),

      and instead of searching forever, you type in what search criteria you want to choose from, press “enter” and look for a job. While Monster dot Com is better than lots of other job websites (and I got my current work through the website) try and apply to as many jobs that relate to your occupation of field of experience as possible. Give it some time and the jobs will be calling you back At least they do at Monster dot Com.




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