Use these resources to search job want ads from local and national newspapers across the U.S.
Sometimes the old ways of job-hunting, when reinvented, become new ways of searching for a job. The want ads of old have been enhanced via the Web. Below you will find key sites that post online versions of the employment classifieds sections from both major metropolitan newspapers and community newspapers around the U.S. — new tools for your job-search.
If you are looking for the online help wanted ads from a particular newspaper or other media, check out one of these two sources:
- Abyz News Links — a newspaper and media portal.
- NewsLink — newspapers, magazines, radio and television, and other online media.
Finally, be sure and read our article, Maximize Your Internet Job Search.
AdQuest3D — with information updated daily, this site has several hundred thousand want ad postings from 1,635 publications throughout the United States.
CareerBuilder — claims to have the largest assortment of job listings on the Net — some 300,000 job openings — a combination of help wanted ads of the nation’s leading newspapers and other online publications, as well as smaller job sites.
ClassyNET.com — a searchable classified advertising database updated daily containing classifieds ads from over 100 community newspapers throughout the United States.
Craigslist — a worldwide site where job-seekers can find local classifieds and forums by major metropolitan areas. Be wary of job spams, however. No cost to job-seekers.
RegionalHelpWanted.com — a network of local job sites across the U.S. and Canada. Job-seekers simply click on a map of the U.S. or Canada and follow links to local job sites, where you can search for jobs and post your resume. Free to job-seekers.
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