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Our Basic Search Is Easy - Here's How

Use the Search Bar: Use the Search Bar that can be found at the top of every page on our web site. Basic Search includes Keywords, Distance, and Location.

Enter Your Keywords: Choose keywords you would expect to find in a job title or job description, or words to describe a specific skill.

Include Variations: Include variations of your keywords, commonly used abbreviations, and related words. For example: Accountant, Accounting, CPA, Finance.

Separate Keywords: Use commas or a space to separate multiple keywords.

Specify a Distance: Select the number of miles you want to search from the location you specify.

Specify a Location: Enter the name of the city or the zip code near the center of the area you want tosearch.

Check Your Spelling: Typos and misspelled words are the most common errors when searching.

Click the Search Button: When you are satisfied with your search, click the Search button or hit Enter on yourkeyboard.

View Your Search Results: Once you click Search you will see your results and many other search tool options on the Search Results page.

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Overview

Every Page: The Search Bar is located at the top of every page of our web site.

Basic Search: Try our most basic search by filling in Keywords, Distance, and Location.

Other Search Options: In the drop-down menu OtherSearch Options you will find:

  • Advanced Job Search
  • Browse by Category
  • Browse by City
  • Company Search
  • Browse Companies

Learn more about these options in "Tips, Examples and More Details" below.

Navigation Links: Links to the Home page and Job Seeker, Employer, and Other sections can be found on the Search Bar located at the top of every page.

Current Stats: Our stats are updated daily.

Follow Us: The Follow Us button provides links to our social networking sites.

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Advanced Job Search

Located on the Search Bar: Advanced Search is located in the Other Search Options menu on the Search Bar at the top of every page.

Register and Log In First to Save Your Search: We recommend that you register and log in so that you can save your search criteria. A well-crafted, personalized search is something you will want to use again and again. Learn more about saving your search in the "Saved Search Help" sections.

Three Tabs of Options: Basic Options, Categories, Wage Types, Job Durations, Job Types and Exclude options can all be found in our Advanced Search.

Use a Few or All Options: Fill in the Keyword(s), Distance and City or Zip on the Basic Options tab and then use as few or as many additional options as you wish.

Any Words, All Words, Exact Phrase: These search logic options are powerful search tools. Learn more about them in the Search Help section: "Search Logic: Any, All and Exact Phrase."

Search Job Title Only: This Search option is a favorite of those whose job title tends to be the same no matter what company they work for.

Categories: Click one or more categories that apply to your search or skip this tab to search using all categories.

Exclude Options: We offer two exclude options: Exclude Locationless Jobs and Exclude Agency Listings. Use these options wisely... don't exclude a great opportunity!

Learn more about advanced options in other Search Help sections: "Improving Your Results," "Broadening Your Results," "Narrowing Your Results" and "Search Logic: Any, All and Exact Phrase."

Company Search

Search Company Names Only: Search for a particular company by entering one or more keywords found in the company name and checking this box.

Search for a Type of Company: If you know that you want to work for a particular type of company enter keywords that describe the company type. Include keyword variations and abbreviations. For example: Hospital, Lab, Laboratory

Multiple Keywords: If you use more than one keyword, the Company Search will return companies containing ALL of your keywords. Many company names are more than one word. Separate your keywords with a space or comma. Don't forget to check your spelling.

Any Words, All Words, Exact Phrase: These search logic options are powerful search tools. Learn more about them in the Search Help section: "Search Logic: Any, All and Exact Phrase."

View Results of Company Search: On the results screen, click on the column name Current Openings to sort by that column and see which companies have openings. Click on the number under Current Openings to view job postings for that company.

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Where Is the Search Results Page? The Search Results page is the page you see only after you've clicked the Search button. It is not found on any menu.

Four Sections of the Search Results Page:

  1. Messages
  2. Search Criteria
  3. Search Results
  4. Refine Your Search

There are many optional, flexible and interactive tools on this page. Use any or all of them. See "Tips, Examples and More Details" below.

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Messages

The Messages section displays:

  • Save Your Search options when you are registered and loggedin
  • Tips and Error messages
  • Number of Jobs Found (on the right)

Tip: If you create the perfect, personalized search, you're going to want to use it over and over. Register and login before you start.

Search Criteria

The Search Criteria section contains your current search criteria.

  • Change your criteria to improve your results
  • Click Update to update your search results with your new criteria
  • Click Clear to start a new search
  • Click "?" for Search Help
  • Click "X" to close the page

Search Results

The Search Results section displays the results of your current search.

  • Job Title - Click to view the job posting
  • Company - Click to view the Company's postings
  • Date Posted
  • Location - If you search near a border you may see cities in multiple states
  • Map - See where the job is located

Tip 1: Click on a column name in the Search Results section to sort by that column

Tip 2: Don't miss an opportunity. Just because a job has an older posted date doesn't mean it's filled. It just may be your perfect job.

Refine Your Search

The Refine Your Search section contains options for Categories, Wage Types, Job Durations, andJobTypes.

  • To remove an option, uncheck the box
  • To add an option, select from the drop-down menu
  • Your search results update automatically

Search Logic: Any Words, All Words & Exact Phrase

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Search logic options tell our search tool how to use your keywords. Choosing the right search logic will help you get betterresults.

Search logic options include: Any Words, AllWords, and ExactPhrase.

Any Words

  • Finds jobs containing ANY of your keywords
  • Good choice when your skill set or job title could be described using a number of different terms
  • Returns the most results of the three search logic options
  • Is the default when using the Search Bar

Example: The keywords Nurse, Nursing using Any Words will return jobs containing the word Nurse or the word Nursing or both words.

All Words

  • Finds jobs containing ALL of your keywords
  • Good choice when you need one keyword to describe your general field of interest and others to describe your specific skill, title, license, or other credential
  • Narrows your search and returns fewer, more targeted results than Any Words

Example: The keywords Sales Manager using All Words will return jobs containing both the word Sales and the word Manager.

Exact Phrase

  • Finds jobs containing EXACTLY the keywords you typed, in EXACTLY the same order
  • Good choice if you are searching for a job that is typically described using a very specific, multiple-word phrase
  • Narrows your search and returns the fewest, most targeted results of the three search logic options

Examples: Microsoft Office, SQL Server, Customer Service, Real Estate

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Special Cases

If you are using keywords containing special, non-alphanumeric characters, you must use ExactPhrase. Forexample:

  • AS/400
  • Ph.D.
  • PL/SQL
  • A/R
  • A/P
  • Transact-SQL

If you are using keywords that sometimes contain special, non-alphanumeric characters, split up yoursearch. Forexample, to search for an Accounts Receivable job, create two searches:

  1. Accounts Receivable using All Words
  2. A/R using Exact Phrase

Using Search Logic with Company Search

The search logic works the same way on the Company Search. Forexample:

  • Any Words: Hospital, Lab, Laboratory
  • All Words: Hair, Nail, Salon
  • Exact Phrase: Credit Union

Note: Company Search uses the All Words option by default.

Improving Your Results

Overview

Experiment: Experiment with our easy, interactive search tools until you find the combination that works best foryou.

Start Broadly: Start your search broadly and narrow it down as you go.

Use Keyword Variations: Include variations, commonly used abbreviations and related words.

Use Appropriate Keywords: Choose keywords you would expect to find in a job title or job description, or words that describe a specific skill.

Look Beyond the Keyword Box: Don't use keywords for other purposes. Learn to use the other search options.

Use Many or No Categories: Employers may not categorize jobs in the same way that you would, so choose many categories or start with none at all.

Use Any Words, All Words or Exact Phrase: These search logic options are powerful search tools and can give you more control over your results.

Break Up Your Search: Using multiple searches might be the best strategy for you.

Check for Common Errors: Typos and misspelled words are the most common errors when searching. Use commas or a space to separate multiple keywords. Double check that you have entered the target city or zip code correctly.

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Use Keyword Variations: Include variations, commonly used abbreviations and related words. For example:

  • Accountant, Accounting, CPA, Finance
  • Driver, Driving, Drive

Look Beyond the Keyword Box:

  • Don't use keywords that describe wage types, job durations, or job types. For example: full time, part time, hourly, salary, contract, volunteer, internship, etc. Select these options from the More tab on the Advanced Job Search or from the Refine Your Search section of the Search Results page.
  • Don't enter generic terms into keywords such as All Jobs, Jobs, Any Jobs, All, etc. If you want to be generic in your search, leave the keywords blank and use other search options.
  • Don't enter a name for your job search as keywords. For example: My job search, Mary's search, etc. These words wouldn't be located in a job posting.
  • Don't enter locations or zip codes as keywords. Use the City or Zip box to enter your location or zipcode.

  • Don't enter characteristics of yourself as keywords. For example: Experienced secretary looking for full time work, 15 years engineering experience, etc.

Break Up Your Search: Using multiple searches might be the best strategy for you. For example:

  • You are looking for either a Program Manager or a Project Manager job. If you use an Any Words search for Program Manager Project Manager, your search results would contain all jobs with ANY of those words, so you would most likely get too many results. If you changed this search to use All Words, you would only get jobs that contained ALL of those words, so you would most likely get very few results. Instead, try two separate All Words searches - one using Program Manager as your keywords, and the other using Project Manager as your keywords.
  • You are looking for a Sales Manager job. You realize that an equal job might also be called Sales Director. Just as with the example above, you might want to try two separate All Words searches - one using Sales Manager as your keywords, and the other using Sales Director as your keywords.

Tip: If you create the perfect, personalized search, you're going to want to use it over and over. Register and login before you start.

Narrowing Your Results

Overview

Use Fewer Keywords: Use fewer keywords with the AnyWords search logic option.

Change Your Search Logic: Using All Words will return jobs that match all of your keywords. Using Exact Phrase will return jobs that contain exactly the keywords you typed, in exactly the same order.

Decrease Your Distance: If you've chosen a large number of miles to search, try going a little lower.

Search Job Titles Only: If the job you're searching for would typically have the same word or words in the title no matter what the company is, try searching by title only.

Exclude Agencies: If you are not interested in jobs listed by employment agencies, check the box.

Exclude Locationless Jobs: If you are not interested in working from home or travelling, make sure this box ischecked.

Change Your Categories, Wage Types, Job Durations or Job Types: Experiment. If you've chosen any of these options, try choosing fewer of them. If you haven't chosen any, try adding some.

Use Some Keywords: No keywords gets ALL jobs. If you haven't typed in any keywords, choose keywords you would expect to find in a job title or job description, or words to describe a specific skill.

Check for Common Errors: Typos and misspelled words are the most common errors when searching. Use commas or a space to separate multiple keywords. Double check that you have entered the target city or zipcode correctly.

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Use the 'All Words' Search Logic Option

Using the All Words search logic option will return jobs that match ALL of your keywords. For example:

  • Using the keywords Sales Manager in combination with Any Words, you will get jobs that contain either the word Sales or or the word Manager or both words. Examples include Sales Representative or Project Manager.
  • Using the keywords Sales Manager in combination with All Words, you will get jobs that contain both the word Sales and the word Manager.

Use the 'Exact Phrase' Search Logic Option

Using the Exact Phrase search logic option will return jobs containing EXACTLY the keywords you typed, in EXACTLY the same order. This option may be a good choice if you are searching for a job that is typically described using a very specific, multiple-wordphrase. For example:

  • Microsoft Office
  • Customer Service
  • Real Estate

Search Job Titles Only

If the job you're looking for would typically have the same word or words in the title no matter what the company is, try searching by title only. Combined with the correct search logic, you can get very specific. Forexample:

  • Nurse Nursing CNA RN LPN using Any Words would return jobs with titles like Registered Nurse, Nursing Assistant, Operating Room RN, Nursing Home CNA, etc.
  • Sales Manager using Exact Phrase would return jobs with titles like Sales Manager, Sales Manager Trainee, Automotive Sales Manager, etc. Note: It would not return titles like Sales and Marketing Manager, because that title does not contain the exact phrase Sales Manager.
  • Class B Driver using All Words would return jobs like Class B Driver, Drivers - Class B, Class B Delivery Driver, etc.

Tip: If you create the perfect, personalized search, you're going to want to use it over and over. Register and login before you start.

Broadening Your Results

Overview

Add More Keywords: Add more keywords and use the AnyWords search logic option.

Add Keyword Variations: Include variations, commonly used abbreviations and related words.

Do Not Use Keywords: To see all jobs use only a distance and a location.

Increase Your Distance: If you've chosen a small number of miles to search, try going a little higher.

Do Not Use 'Search Job Titles Only': By not checking the Search Job Titles Only box, your search will return jobs where your keywords are in the title or the job description.

Do Not Exclude: Do not exclude agency listings or locationless jobs.

Change Your Categories, Wage Types, Job Durations or Job Types: Experiment. If you've chosen any of these options, try choosing more of them or none at all.

Check for Common Errors: Typos and misspelled words are the most common errors when searching. Use commas or a space to separate multiple keywords. Double check that you have entered the target city or zip code correctly.

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When NOT to Use Keywords

Do not use keywords when searching for all jobs:

  • In an Area: Use only a distance and a location.
  • In a Particular Category: Use only a distance, a location, and the category or categories.
  • Of a Certain Wage Type (i.e. Hourly, Salary): Use only a distance, a location, and the wage type(s).
  • Of a Certain Duration (i.e. Temp, Internships): Use only a distance, a location, and the job duration(s).
  • Of a Certain Type (i.e. Full Time, Part Time): Use only a distance, a location, and the job type(s).

Tip: If you create the perfect, personalized search, you're going to want to use it over and over. Register and login before you start.

Saved Search

Overview

Register and Log In: If you create the perfect, personalized search, you're going to want to use it over and over. Register and log in before you start.

Create Up to Five Saved Searches: Using multiple searches might be the best strategy for you.

Name Your Searches: The name does not affect your search results. Choose a name that's meaningful to you.

Choose Daily, Weekly or No E-mail Job Alerts. You can receive daily or weekly Job Alerts via email, containing up to 20 job postings that match your search criteria with a link to view all of your results.

Running Saved Searches Manually. If you choose not to receive Job Alert emails, you can login and run your Saved Search manually at any time to receive real time results.

Creating a Saved Search

From the Search Results Page: If you are new to searching or want to experiment and fine tune your search before saving it, this is the option for you. After logging in and creating your personalized search, you will have the option to save your search from the top of the Search Results page. Here's how:

  • Enter a name for your search in the Save This Search As box
  • Choose your email frequency
  • Click the Save button

Tip: Make sure you are logged in before you begin, or this option will not be available to you.

From Your My Home Page: If you are already familiar with our search tools and know exactly what search criteria you want to save, this is the option for you. Here's how:

  • Log in to your account to get to your My Home page
  • Click on Saved Searches from the toolbar on the left
  • Click on Create New Saved Search in the middle of the screen
  • Enter a name for your search in the Search Name box
  • Choose your email frequency
  • Enter all of your search criteria
  • Click the Save button

Tip: For security purposes, your session will be automatically logged out after 20 minutes of inactivity. Besure to save your search before walking away from your computer.

Running a Saved Search

  • Log in to your account to get to your My Home page
  • Click on Saved Searches from the toolbar on the left
  • Click Run This Search, which is located under your Saved Search name
  • View your real time results

Changing a Saved Search

  • Log in to your account to get to your My Home page
  • Click on Saved Searches from the toolbar on the left
  • Click Edit, which is located to the right of your Saved Search name
  • Make any changes, including the name, the email frequency, or any of the search criteria
  • Click the Save button

Deleting a Saved Search

  • Log in to your account to get to your My Home page
  • Click on Saved Searches from the toolbar on the left
  • Click Delete, which is located to the right of your Saved Search name
  • Click OK to verify that you really want to delete your Saved Search

Disabling Saved Search Job Alert Emails

  • Log in to your account to get to your My Home page
  • Click on Saved Searches from the toolbar on the left
  • Click Edit, which is located to the right of your Saved Search name
  • Select No Thanks! from the Email Me dropdown list
  • Click the Save button

Enabling Saved Search Job Alert Emails

Daily or Weekly Saved Searches that have not been accessed in six months are automatically updated by our system to no longer receive emails. To enable Saved Search email:

  • Log in to your account to get to your My Home page
  • Click on Saved Searches from the toolbar on the left
  • Click Edit, which is located to the right of your Saved Search name
  • Select either Daily or Weekly from the Email Me dropdown list
  • Click the Save button

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