Item description for WEDDLE's Guide to Employment Sites on the Internet: For Corporate and Third-Party Job Seekers and Career Activists (Weddle's Recruiter's Guide to Employment Web Sites) by Peter Weddle...
The best of more than 40,000 job boards and career sites currently available on the Internet, organized by career field, industry, and geographic focus is contained in this handy reference for job seekers and recruiters. For recruiters, topics covered include how many people come to the site each month, the types of resumes found in each database, and the cost to search resumes and post a job; for job seekers, this handbook indicates how many jobs are posted on each site, each site's salary ranges, which sites store resumes in their databases, and whether a free job agent is available. A must have book for making smart decisions about where best to invest time and effort online.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 1.2" Weight: 1.7 lbs.
Release Date Apr 1, 2005
ISBN 1928734278 ISBN13 9781928734277
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More About Peter Weddle
Peter Weddle is the CEO of WEDDLE's, a specialty publisher in the fields of employment and leadership. He writes a biweekly column on employment for "The Wall Street Journal" and has previously written for CNN and Dow Jones's" National Business Employment Weekly," He is the author of "CliffsNotes: Finding a Job on the Web, Internet Resumes," and the WEDDLE's WizNotes series.
Reviews - What do customers think about WEDDLE's Guide to Employment Sites on the Internet: For Corporate and Third-Party Job Seekers and Career Activists (Weddle's Recruiter's Guide to Employment Web Sites)?
should be a website Aug 6, 2005
This book should be replaced by a website. Far more useful to job seekers, and perhaps even more lucrative to Weddle. Perhaps the only reason for the book is to target a readership that is unfamiliar with the Web.
But for people who regularly use the Web for work or socialising, having a website that can have the latest data, and which is highly searchable, unlike a book, is far better.
The Most Superb Resource May 22, 2005
As a careers psychologist for the past 29 years and with over 1700 individual clients through my process, the most helpful resource in the back end of the self-discovery and assessment process has been Pete Weddle's newsletters and guides. This new guide to employment sites on the Web supersedes Pete's earlier efforts. It is first and foremost an excellent training module for how to use the internet for an effective job search. Beyond that, its incredibly detailed and thorough scrub of the world of online job seeking is a job hunter's paradise. I am recommending this book to all of my clients without reservation.
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