December 13, 2017

Finding a Job and Building Your Career in the SF Bay Area – Using Career Builder and Indeed

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Finding a job and building your career in the CA San Francisco Bay Area has been pretty tough lately. When I’m out networking and talking to others I hear from so many people that finding a job these days is almost like having a full time job that you don’t get paid for. There are many great ways to get out there and find a job. Getting the right career path help is very important in today’s market. What are some of the best ways to find the best career for your skills?

Below are a few of the best places I’ve found when you are out looking to create more income for yourself.

  • Career Builder Career Builder has interesting zoom features within job search categories. For example, within the results for Software Engineer, you can sort by category, by company, by city, by state or by pay range.Use these tips for naming your resume to ensure your resume is viewed as often as possible.Make sure to search different locations if you are not geographically constrained. Sign up to have new jobs emailed to you weekly.

  • – a great place for a local search that many don’t know about. Get your resume up on this site and network there often. They have a great tips tutorial on how to best use their site that is also quite helpful.

  • – Using this site for social networking with business owners it great. Get your resume up there and join groups targeting your profession. Don’t be afraid to ask CEO’s and network with other business people. the great thing about this sit is that the people here are business professionals actually LOOKING for connections.
  • Create a Business – I’m always a fan of the entrepreneur and of course while you are looking for a job who’s to stop you from making some money online or from home. Find a great place to review online business and get started with something that is fits your needs.

(Best Syndication News says) – CareerBuilder announced that job listings are up in all categories for 2011. The job listing company has a survey of employers hiring new workers. According to CareerBuilder the survey conducted by Harris Interactive© between February 21 and March 10, 2011 and there were more employers who said they were hiring more employees. CareerBuilder is

optimistic saying that the “momentum is expected to continue” for the second quarter of 2011.

According to SF Gate the Worst Cities for a Decent Wage are:

No. 5 (tie): Riverside, Ca.

16 job postings per 1,000 population between October and December 2010.

No. 4: Miami, Fla.

14 job postings per 1,000 population between October and December 2010.

No. 3 and 2 are actually a tie: Rochester, N.Y. and Buffalo, N.Y.

11 job postings per 1,000 population between October and December 2010.

No. 1: New Orleans, La.

10 job postings per 1,000 population between October and December 2010.

Bay Area Silver Lining

Though we all have friends being laid off– if we aren’t laid off ourselves, Forbes’ research puts the Bay Area at the opposite end of the spectrum for jobs. Between high-tech, education, green technology and tourism, San Francisco and its neighbors are among the cities “with thousands of high-paying jobs.”

San Jose, San Francisco and Seattle are three of the top five easiest cities for finding a job……[and, no surprise] located in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose ranks No. 1…..[with] 126 listings for high-paying jobs per 1,000 residents.

Also high on the list: Washington D.C. (think Feds) and Baltimore (think National Defense). To refer back to the photo, that latter city then is probably best for the unemployed Storm Trooper.

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