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  How can a Job Seeker Effectively use the World Wide Web?
Industry knowledge is critical for career success. Stay on top of the news by reading industry journals, newspapers and business publications. You can access much of this news on the World Wide Web, or subscribe to electronic newsletters that offer specialized information for your industry. Learn about new innovations, new products, emerging trends and the major companies in your industry.




Information and Preparation

Business, professional and industry associations, career-planning tools, career fairs, job listings – they’re all on the web, so it makes sense that you should be, too.

  • Many businesses have their own sites where you can find basic background information, an understanding of their role in their industry, a glimpse of the corporate culture, job opportunities, contact information, and more.
  • Some sites provide company data on a multitude of organizations; others provide detailed financial information through annual reports.
  • You can look up industry information, trends and job prospects through government sites, professional associations and industry guides.
  • There are a number of employment guides that provide employment statistics, useful articles and links to other job-related sites.
  • The web is full of directories of career and job fairs, electronic job listings and classifieds that you can search by location and keywords.
  • Regional and relocation information can be found online through local, state and federal sites such as chambers of commerce, tourism bureaus and embassies. Online magazines also provide this information with searchable directories and reviews of various cities and countries.

Communication and Guidance

Since the Internet is a massive network, what better place to do your networking? After all, networking is the single most effective means of finding a job. Whether its advice you seek, networking and informational interview opportunities, or you want to respond to an internship ad or job posting, people around the world are available online through their sites and through e-mail, mailing lists, bulletin boards and web conferencing. The net’s friendly place, because of its interactive nature, you can contact business people, non-profit people, career professionals and placement offices, professional association and special interest group personnel, fellow students and job seekers, and even employment support groups.

 

College and University Sites  

Many college career offices and placement offices have their own sites online and they are a great source of career-related information, particularly for college students, recent graduates, alumni, new job-hunters, and even career changers. You can access information from your own school’s career and placement office, but feel free to take advantage of other school’s sites as well. These sites generally contain a wealth of information ranging from self-assessment tools to resume and interview schedules to job listings. Most also offer descriptions of other worthy career-related sites and provide links to them.

Special Interest Sites 

There are also more specialized sites that cover specific topics. Professional associations and other specialized groups make valuable career-related information available to all interested parties, not only their members. Whether it’s an industry organization that provides information on “what’s hot/what’s not,” where the jobs are, and announcements of open positions, or it’s an outreach group that helps employ a particular segment of society, such as women in business, people with disabilities, racial and ethnic groups, or part-time workers, these sites can be information gathering and networking bonanzas. 

Some self-assessment testing organizations offer their services online to help you evaluate your own skills, interests and values so that you can better focus your career goals.

Advice and Insider Information 

There are also plenty of opportunities to seek advice online. Professional associations and career specialists are online all over the world, providing information on employment and particular industries. You’ll find that some information is already posted online, and through e-mail. There are also mailing lists to which you can subscribe that enable you to communicate with a large number of people, all of whom are interested in the same subject as you and some of whom are experts in the field. You can subscribe to one or more of them to ask questions, increase your network, or even just to be a fly on the wall and observe what’s going on in your field of interest.

You can also participate in web conferences and post your requests, questions, concerns, resumes, job postings, and more on electronic bulletin boards, and people will respond, sometimes even directly to you.

 



 


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