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Thread: Has anyone posted a resume' on Career Builder with any luck?

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    Default Has anyone posted a resume' on Career Builder with any luck?

    Since I have been on Career Builder, I have rec'd several emails with a set interview time in the email. I am employed full time. If I were interested, how would I apply? Do they have many people call to show up for this type of interview? Does this type of marketing work? All is does is frustrate me because it seems there are several jobs out there, but unless you can attend the "webinar" during the day, or go to an interview at 10:00 AM, then I guess we don't have a chance. I don't understand what has become of the job market. I've called these people who have requested that I call (when they wanted me to call) and have not had the call returned. I've seen so many links from so many emails to so many web sites that only want to sell us job seekers something. It makes me wish we could go back to just having the black and white classified ads in the city newspaper. That we could count on. I'm very disappointed. I wonder if others are also. Feedback?

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    I prefer to stay close to home to lessen the commute.
    the Sunday job section in the papers works for me.lots of companies do or will not look online.
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    i was also disappointed with such websites and I would not trust these type of interviews where you have this general set time. Those are jobs that no one wants like insurance and telemarketing, where you work on commission often. I had much better luck going to company websites, then find the jobs they had posted on their own websites. They also often have emails and numbers for human resources. I know it can be frustrating, just be persistent! Don't be afraid to go back to the newspaper ads, most companies still use that and the internet to reach a larger audience.

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    I have found one of my previous jobs on careerbuilder.com, but might i suggest you go to Jobing.com. I like that one alot better, and that is where i found my current job (bank teller) There are alot of different job categories you can choose from and there's always new ones posted everyday! Careerbuilder and jobing.com work just like a newspaper. If you see an ad you like, you call/email them...and you set up an interview date! Alot of well known companies/organizations advertise their jobs on these sites more and more. (And no, these are not just the jobs that no one wants such as telemarketing and commissions. There is everything from banking/admin/social services/childcare/finanace/legal/insurance/automotive/computers....EVERYTHING!)

    GOOD LUCK!

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    Default jsmith

    Hi ,Kristin

    Thank you for your sharing of information,

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    thank you for your information

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    thanks

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