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2. Job Boards
II. Net Basics
Organizations, media centers, universities, trade magazines and others produce job boards for writers. These post
jobs in an easy-to-use format. No search strings, no waiting for the download. All you have to do is click and read. Or, click and print.
Job boards differ by what sort of jobs they concentrate on publishing. Some are trying to encourage the participation of women and minorities in the job pool. Others cater to freelance writers or writers looking for telecommute opportunities. Some job boards are structured around a region or divided into different media.
In the following lists we have chosen the very best. That is, those job banks that keep an active list going, don't let old jobs linger on them, and do some basic maintenance. No one job board is going to be sufficient for the person seeking employment. Gather the best ones in your bookmarks and go to them every day or several times a week.
Best Job Boards On The Net:
Read the ad carefully! The more information, the better. Follow the directions! One complaint people have is that they send in a resume or cover letter and never hear from the company. This is more the rule than the exception. However, get the contact information from the ad and check on the status of your resume within several weeks of sending it.
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