Yes! If you are looking for a job, http://www.indeed.com is an excellent tool for passively hunting for a job. There is a feature that allows you to post your resume on indeed.com, however, be cautious because as of right now, anyone can find your resume on indeed.com. You don’t want your potential employer to see you on there if you are still working. If you are unemployed, though it could be beneficial to post your resume there.
How many of you spend hours looking through different websites every day for various positions? Maybe you start your morning with www.careerbuilder.com and then you might go to www.hotjobs.com, and perhaps on to another website after that. With new job hunting websites popping up every day, it becomes harder and harder to discern which ones to use. One of my favorite tips for job seekers is to set yourself up with www.indeed.com job alerts. Indeed is powered by Google and thus, is able to search EVERY site on the web for the position you are looking for. If you are not already on Indeed, I highly recommend setting yourself up with several job alerts. These alerts will be emailed to you every morning and will list EVERY position that meets your search criteria listed anywhere on the web. You want to make sure to set up several different alerts to match your profession as different recruiters and hiring managers will use different titles. For example, if you are an attorney, you might want to do one alert for “attorney”, one for “lawyer”, one for “Associate” and so on.