“.Jobs” Employment Network
Searching for a job just got a lot simpler! Now exists a massive network of about 40,000 new employment websites – all ending in “.jobs.” Job seekers can search for work by simply combining the name of their profession, city or state with “.jobs” in a web address. For example, a nurse looking for work would type in www.nurse.jobs. Someone looking for a job in Idaho would visit www.idaho.jobs. It works for scores of professions, in every state, any U.S. city with more than 5,000 people, and 126 countries. Suburbs and small towns are expected to be added later this year.
Find a job faster by:
- Connecting and networking with friends, co-workers and family members while you search for jobs.
- Get and give advice to other members about your job search on SnagAJob.com Answers.
- Set up a customized Job Alert for your area (zip code).
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Job postings submitted via email to email@example.com will be posted here.
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