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Job Search / Using Google to Find a Job

If you’re an experienced Google user, some (or all) of these search techniques will be familiar to you. If that’s you, feel free to skip ahead to the next section. There are

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many different ways of manipulating Google’s search results, but these are the methods that are most applicable when searching for jobs. Also, if you’re lazy, you can get the same results using Google Advanced Search, but I’d recommend reading through this section, because it’s much easier to find what you want when you understand how Google handles your queries.

The Search Basics

  • Using Quotes
  • Like Search Terms (~)
  • Addition by Subtraction
  • Search a Given Site or Top-Level Domain (~careers)
  • How Far Back Do You Want to Search?
  • A Look into the Past
  • Can’t Remember Your Searches? Google Does.
  • Blogs Break News Before It’s News (Follow Job Market Monitor)

Details @:

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via How to Use Google to Find a Job.


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