Jul 082015
 

Search for and find JobsHere are a few sites/newsletters that I think you might like if you haven’t already checked them out.

Ones I know of and recommend the newsletter:
http://uncubed.com/ (Wakefield newsletter).
https://www.themuse.com/ (Muse Newsletter)
http://www.asktheheadhunter.com/ (Also a Newsletter)

And of course you have to be on LinkedIn, even it it’s only a simple profile, for instance, this guy:  https://www.linkedin.com/in/moishefriedman

Possibly useful depending on what you’re looking for:
https://angel.co/jobs (Also a Newsletter)  – Thanks for this one, Elyse!
http://www.mediabistro.com/ (not sure about newsletter, am sure there is one)
http://www.idealist.org/ (If you’re looking into the non-profit sector, newsletter here: http://idealistcareers.org/ )

And a few I don’t know but you may want to check out, recommended by PC Pag.
http://www.flexjobs.com/ (definitely newsletter) – I haven’t heard of this one before, but it seems interesting.
http://jobs.careercloud.com/
http://www.linkup.com/

And an article about knowing when to move on. This applies to some of you, not all.
https://www.themuse.com/advice/7-signs-youre-fast-approaching-a-breakdown-at-work-and-how-to-slam-on-the-brakes?

I hope you find this useful. – Moishie

  • Moishe

    From Facebook comments and a good suggestion from Isadora E. Clairemont: And by all means, Glassdoor.com. Talk about a game changer. The site sort of came out of nowhere and has employers really nervous. I use Indeed to search postings, LinkedIn to look up second degree connections and ask for introductions, and Glassdoor to research salaries and problems with the company.