Google Alerts will send you e-mail when new entries (or even a single entry) are added to the top search results for the specific search term you ask Google to monitor. Currently, Google provides 6 different Alert capabilities (see Setting Up Google Alerts) and you’ll probably find a need for all of them at some point.
To learn more about the different ways you can use Google to aid in your job search or career planning, please click here.Filed under Blogroll, Career Technology, Full-Time Jobs, General Career Advice, Helpful Web Links, Job Search, Links | Comment (0)
The Fall 2010 issue of Career Rookie is now available for students in the Career Center. CareerRookie, a division of Careerbuilder.com, “connects students and recent graduates seeking internships, part-time jobs and entry-level positions with the nation’s top employers.” This edition includes helpful articles and information on:
- Mistakes You Made in School That Should Not be Repeated in Your Job Search
- 10 Ways to Score That Job Offer
- The New Generation of Entrepreneurs
- 7 Questions to Make Interviews Cringe and more!
For a free copy of the magazine, please stop by the Career Center or visit the Career Rookie website for more information.Filed under Blogroll, General Career Advice, Helpful Web Links, Links | Comment (0)