JobMana Launches New Website to Help Job Seekers with How to Find a Job

Everyday thousands of people are searching online for how to find a job whether they are unemployed, looking to advance their careers, or change careers. JobMana launches a new website to help job seekers energize the job search.
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Oct. 16, 2012 - PRLog -- Everyday thousands of people are searching online for how to find a job whether they are unemployed, looking to advance their careers, change careers, or are moving to a new state. With so many job websites out there, it’s hard for job seekers to know which are the best job search sites.  JobMana launches a new website showcasing a hand-picked selection of job websites that JobMana themselves would recommend to friends who are looking for a job. Most job seekers already know about the top job search engines like Indeed, Monster, and CareerBuilder but they might be not know about the specialized or localized job listings that can only be found on niche job websites and job boards.  

JobMana’s collection of best job search sites is focused on specific industries such as non-profit, education, hospitality, technology, and more fields. The collection includes specialized job boards and national job websites tailored to career opportunities in that specific industry.  

Also, JobMana’s collection can be searched by state which makes it convenient for job seekers who are looking for jobs in a specific location such as Utah or California. The list of industry and state websites is constantly growing with new recommendations. JobMana looks for websites that have quality job listings, job search access, user friendly design, company information, and a solid online reputation.

“From personal experiences, we understand how difficult it is to know where to look for jobs or how to find jobs. We all go through different stages in our career and the job search process itself is challenging and draining from beginning to end,” said Kim Nguyen, founder of JobMana. “The entire job searching, resume fidgeting, cover letter reworks, filling out applications, interviewing, etc…  JobMana wants to help make the job search process a little easier by sharing helpful and valuable information on how to find a job in today's digital age.”

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