With our ability to access information, work and stay productive limited amid global lockdowns, there has never been a better time to embrace platforms that start, improve, launch or completely change your career.
Charting and building your professional life may feel like another thing to worry about for the stressed and anxious and we’ve compiled a list of 5 online destinations to help you start.
These platforms allow you to search based on the type of job you’re looking for. On some platforms, you can filter searches to show you results based on your locations, and other criteria.
Below are 5 websites you should visit:
LinkedIn is a professional community and the largest professional network.
With LinkedIn, you can learn skills that will help you now and in the future, find open jobs and internships, post your job and find people you need, connect with people who can help you, and find your community, no matter your profession.
Indeed is an American worldwide employment-related search engine for job listings available in over 60 countries and in multiple languages.
The site aggregates job listings from thousands of websites, including job boards, staffing firms, associations, and company career pages.
With over 12 million registered freelancers and 5 million registered clients, Upwork is the largest freelancer marketplace in the world.
Upwork is a global freelancing platform where businesses and independent professionals connect and collaborate remotely.
Google brings together job postings from across the web, whether they’re on websites run by small businesses or job sites with thousands of listings. This helps job seekers easily find their next job directly in Search. Make sure your job postings appear on Google today.
LinkUp gives you verified, up to date job listings from millions of indexed job websites.
A seamless search feature helps you stay organized by delivering only relevant search results.
Looking to take your career search even further? Check this repository of 100 websites for your career.
Read also: A COVID-19 Workplace Guide