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You're probably aware of the big online job search websites, such as Monster.com, CareerBuilder.com, SimplyHired.com and Indeed.com. But there are plenty of smaller, niche-focused job sites that are worth considering.
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These sites often include listings that don't show up elsewhere. And since fewer people think to look for jobs on them, there's a greater chance that your résumé will be noticed, says career coach Rita Carey of RCM Associates. Here are some places and ideas to consider.
Workforce50.com has a search tool, managed by Indeed, to find jobs for older, experienced workers.
Dice is the leading site for tech job seekers. You can search by company, job title, keyword and location. There's also career advice and tech news for job seekers. And CrunchBoard.com is one of the more popular job boards for Internet and technology jobs