Seattle is one of the fastest growing cities in the nation
and adds, on average, 57 new residents a day. While that's great news for the city itself, it poses a problem for residents, namely how (and where) to find work. If you're like most city residents, you're wondering how you should search for jobs in Seattle. The good news is that there are plenty of resources available
to aid in your quest. Thanks to online job boards, it is easier than ever for residents of just about any city to find employment without even leaving the comfort of their own homes. Some such job boards include Monster, Indeed, FlexJobs, and even Craigslist. However, because the job market is so saturated in Seattle, you may have to go outside your comfort zone and actually visit businesses. ,a href="http://jobs.seattletimes.com/">The Seattle Times also has a job board specific to the area. Though the walk-in-and-ask-"are you hiring?" approach is old school, it is still successful. Though this approach doesn’t always work for corporate jobs, it is surprisingly successful with customer service positions. Even if a company isn't hiring, the manager may give you an application and keep it on file for when it is.