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Locating Jobs & Common Methods of Job Hunting
Finding a job through a friend or an extended business network, personal network, or social media
Using an employment website
Job listing search engines
Looking through the classifieds in newspapers
Using a private or public employment agency or recruiter
Looking on a company's web site for open jobs, typically in its applicant tracking system
Going to a job fair
Using professional guidance such as outplacement services that give training in writing a résumé, applying for jobs and how to be successful at interview
Visiting an organization to find out whether it is recruiting staff or will be doing so in the near future
80% of U.S. jobs are filled through networking
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