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2010-09-21 16-43-00

Web Designers hiring Does anyone know any web designers who are hiring in the area? I have recently graduated college and I'm looking for work. I've tried Careerbuilders and Monster jobs and even here on s list, but I haven't had any luck.
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2010-10-06 1-11-12-

You're not the first. Read the job ads.
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  • seever

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    2010-10-07 1-52-45-

    I have looked there. I have looked there.
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  • Yuen-Pui

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    2010-10-10 11-18-54

    Internal forces versus external forces Internal forces would be you, saying to your self, "I'm going to be proactive and contact companies on my own, away from what the competition is doing." External forces would be you, saying to yourself, "I'm going to wait and see what job ads are posted online, then hope I can beat out 1,000 other people with my winning resume." One strategy is aggressive; the other is passive.
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  • miron

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    2010-10-12 5-34-38-

    Good answer! Think he understood?
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  • brege

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    2010-10-19 1-14-29-

    All the popular (current) job search books you can find at your local library advise you to keep less than 10% of your job search to online and newspaper searching, and the other 90%+ to different types of activities, such as networking, contacting companies directly, interviewing company owners in meetings set up for reasons other than your job search, etc. Many, many open positions in companies are never advertised. If you do find an open position listed somewhere and want to follow up on it, it would behoove you to find out who the hiring manager is and get to that person directly, and bypass the streamlined HR/resume collection process the other 999 applicants who saw the posted job are engaged in.
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  • maerz

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    2010-10-21 5-42-14-

    Great advice! I can't netwk b/c everyone I know is out of work! But, contacting companies directly - and getting in touch with the HA is a really good idea! Will do! You have good advice for us. Thank you!
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    2010-10-28 20-51-59

    I looked from Feb. 'till last week before... finding a job (on here, surprisingly). In that entire time, I only had one "in person" interview. Point being, don't give up! Keep looking. And try to keep your attitude positive. It makes a huge difference in the search. Good luck. BTW, there are all kinds of peps in here that can help you with all sorts of stuff, like resume construction, grammer usage, great ideas (such as the lady just gave you), and much more. And if you get too depressed, talk to others or get some professional help. THINK POSITIVE!
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    2010-11-27 13-21-15

    Career builders and Monster,com I have looked on the web and the problem I have keep running into is there is no one or where to contact the company directly. Probably here is the worst. I am networking already, I have made a few contacts in the area, however, it is hard because I'm currently not living in the St. Louis area like I want to and need to be. I found one career fair coming up and I will be there.
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  • aldis

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    2010-12-31 8-52-15- - They are always looking. 1000s of gigs available. These are long-standing, international sites where peeps post different types of jobs. Its all free. You're only able to bid on a certain # of jobs per month (or more if you pay for it.) The employer will get directly in touch with you. Note - you will be competing with others from around the world. Some peeps prefer US workers but, you can find some real cheap workers out there. Take a look at these sites. I think its great that you have this skill.
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    2011-02-16 23-30-14

    realism (1) the online job sites are flooded with applicants. Very few real jobs get posted to any of them, because the advertisers get swamped with replies from every Tom Dick and Harry who can click the "submit" button. The only ads left are from body shops who collect resumes and spit them out to every potential employer they know, like spam. Their game is to be the first to submit a resume and therefore claim a commission when and if someone gets hired - no thanks to them. (2) People who can code a web page are a dime a dozen. Every HS kid knows enough to do such work. You need to find something special about your education and/or experience that will make a difference to a particular specialty. I.e., you know a lot about auto mechanics, and can apply that to building a 3 dimensional parts catalogue for J H Whitney. (3) get off the web. If its easy to apply, you can bet that 1000 other people have already done so. As a recent grad, you are not likely to fair well in comparison to most of them. So, you need to find places that AREN'T easily found by the hoards - local businesses that only advertise in your area. Look at the want ads in a regional newspaper, check bulletin boards, etc. (4) NETWORK. You've heard it before, I'm sure. No network, you say? So build one. Join a volunteer group, political party, help at the senior center, teach HTML to housewives, whatever. The idea is to meet people, make friends, and let them know you are looking for work.
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