Tuesday 19 May 2009

Inexperienced job seekers risk ‘career cyber-cide’

There are over 2000 registered job boards in the UK, 60% of employers advertise their jobs online, around 10 million CVs are registered in the UK and "jobs" is consistently the top 10 search term in Google. So, if you’re one of the thousands of people who’ve recently been made redundant, looking for a new job can be tough in the internet age.

Many job-hunters simply don’t know where to start. Others, after countless unsuccessful registrations and job applications, are left wondering if internet job boards are simply black holes into which their precious CV simply disappears without trace.

In her latest careers guide, Surf your way to your next new job - your free guide to finding a great job online, Janet Davies, founder of the popular redundancy careers website and author of Rebuilding your life after redundancy, draws on her extensive knowledge of the online recruitment marketplace to offer job-seekers her insider tips on how not to commit ‘career cyber-cide’.

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