Laying off employees is often a necessary evil in the business world. Regardless of the size of the business or the reason for the layoff, the process is usually unpleasant for both parties involved. However, there are some methods and pointers that can make the transition smoother and less stressful for everyone. Planning and Organization A […]
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In this video, David Coreen and Jeremy Jacobs discuss how to use Boolean search techniques to find job opportunities on Monster.com. In this example, Jeremy and David show you how Boolean search techniques can be used by both employers/recruiters as well as people searching for a job. Employers/recruiters can use Boolean search on Monster.com to […]
In this tutorial Steven Laskowski and Rob Daflos, data researchers from Davron, show you how to search for active job postings using CareerShift. In this example Rob shows how to utilize Careershift’s job search tools along with tips on how to use Boolean search techniques to optimize search results. CareerShift allows you to search all […]
In this example, we are searching by specific titles for Healthcare Architects and Structural Engineers in CareerShift. We will also explain how to avoid false-positive results, using Boolean search operators. You can further drill down by zip code radius, area, states, and more. Try different search phrases and keywords to get the best results.
In this example, we are searching for contacts related to Registered Architects in CareerShift. We will explain how to find top hiring manager and decision maker’s direct contact information. You will have access to e-mail addresses and phone numbers. We will also explain how to use advanced search options, such as location, title, and so on to identify the appropriate people to contact.
Join us in this tutorial with Steven Laskowski, our Data Researcher, and David Coreen, Senior Matchmaker, to learn how to deploy Boolean search techniques to find job opportunities using CareerShift. We will explain how to use Boolean search operators to narrow in on specific jobs and companies that meet your search criteria.