The jobs that click: 10 sites that make recruitments easier

Monday, February 14, 2011 |

 


When it comes to recruitments, the Internet is fast replacing the print media classified section in daily newspapers as a preferred tool for job hunting.

Here's a list of ten of the most popular job sites around.

Naukri
It has one of the most comprehensive job searches and a plethora of opportunities for everybody in all sectors. The interface is very clean, and gives excellent results across all categories. It also offers resume building services and resume flash through web-based alerts and SMS alerts.



Monster India

Monster is the flagship brand of Monster Worldwide, Inc. The main objective of this job search site is to enable job seekers to find out about a new job, a new career avenue, and discover the job opportunities that exactly match their profile.



Bixee

Bixee is one of Asia's largest hybrid job portals with about 1.5 million active jobs at any given point in time. It filters and displays the most innovative jobs in a user-friendly manner for their members. Bixee is a part of Ibibo.com, India's largest social networking platform.



ClickJobs

The site allows you to keep some of your information confidential if you desire to do so. If a potential employer is interested to view your full profile, you will be directly contacted via email and will be given the name of the potential employer. The website also has resources such as r sum services, a salary centre and company directory listing.

Times Jobs
The site contains all types of jobs and helps an individual to find the job of his or her choice, relevant to his or her area of study. It also offers a separate portal for jobs in the Middle East.


Shine

Shine focuses on matching job opportunities with the applicant's unique skills, thereby increasing the chances of one getting short listed by recruiters. Users can also prepare for interviews and use the salary benchmarking tool on the website.


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Careerjet
A job search engine, which maps the huge selection of job offerings available on the internet. Users can query this database and save themselves the trouble of visiting each site individually. Users are always redirected to the original job listing.


CareerAge

CareerAge was created in the year 1996 and the portal was officially launched in December 1999. This job site was launched for the purpose of making available the various types of jobs and career information over the internet. It is regarded as one of the most comprehensive job portals in India, which help the students as well as the career builders by providing detailed information on various career options.


Freshersworld and Vfreshers

These portals cater to jobs for freshers (right after graduation) in India. They have sections like Hot Jobs, Govt/Technical Jobs, Defence, IT Jobs, Careers, Placementweek, Company List and Interview Tips. They also offer placement papers of various private and public companies such as Infosys, Wipro, GAIL, and NTPC.