Now, I’m all about working with people I know. Even better if they live close enough to meet in person!
(Check out my new community job board for Chicago freelance creatives)
But that doesn’t always work out, and it’s often time-consuming and frustrating to have to sort through the THOUSANDS of job listings on the big sites. I can’t count the number of hours I have spent banging different keyword searches into Indeed, in the faint hope that my ideal client is just around the corner.
Not only is that an unproductive waste of my time, but it has not yet worked for me. Not even once!
The article below helps you cut down hours of searching to minutes, and search not only for people to help you build your business, but that elusive ideal client.
Let’s face it:
We’ve likely all used the mega job boards like Craigslist, Indeed and Monster.
There’s no question that big job websites are a great tool on both sides of the hiring front.
For a job seeker, job posting sites are a great place to start your job search. For employers, job board websites allow you to get your opening in front of a massive pool of possible applicants. (CLICK on the title or logo to read more!)
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