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Looking for a job? Check out these sites

Depending on the site, you can seek work by location, type or employer

April 06, 2010|By Chuck Myers

Although the economy has shown signs of recovery, the job market remains tight. But job opportunities are out there; you just need to know where to find them.

A good place to start is on the Internet.

A number of job websites list positions in the United States and overseas, with some offering more specialized job information. Many sites also provide special tools and features to assist a job seeker.

If you're in the market for work, here are a few places on the Web that might help with the search:

* American Assn. for the Advancement of Science:

aaas.sciencecareers.org/jobseekerx

Select "Browse Jobs" under "My Search" to explore jobs in different science fields by country or state.

* EmploymentGuide.com:

www.employmentguide.com/browsejobsnew.html

Browse job openings in a specific location or by employer.

* FlipDog.com:

www.flipdog.com

Find jobs in a specific locale or by most popular cities, states and categories.

* Jobs.com:

www.jobs.com

Check out jobs in the U.S. and abroad.

* USAJOBS:

jobsearch.usajobs.opm.gov

A site devoted to employment opportunities with the federal government.

business@latimes.com

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