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Bradley Williams

Information Technology Help Desk Coordinator | LinkedIn

Technology has always held the spotlight for me growing up. Yet never seemed to distance how close my face was to the computer screen. Fast forward to now, I stand as an aspiring IT professional. Enthusiastic, animated, and cordial about learning various technologies in IT and improving on my skillset. Demonstrating a keen sense for learning the next technology to get ahead. Eager and hungry to apply my technical skillset within a enterprise environment.

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Systems Engineer | LinkedIn

Energetic, passionate, & friendly IT support specialist ready to undertake challenging technical support triage duties in demanding environments. Cognizant of when to go hands-on with issues & when to delegate support calls to appropriate personnel. Eager to apply personal technological expertise to support tasks & keen technical judgment to fast-paced personnel delegation.

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You never get a second chance to make a good first impression. This statement holds especially true when it comes to interviewing. 

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There’s one thing every job seeker can do to improve their chances of landing a job—use multiple resources in their job-hunting efforts. This means posting your resume online and using social networks. However, the core of your efforts should be focused on job search websites that bring all of the world’s jobs to your desktop. To help you begin or continue your hunt for a new position or career, these are the best job search websites.
Job title and keywords to use.
1: Help desk
2: IT support
3: Desktop support
4: IT Technician
5: Technical support
6: Information technology
7: IT Specialist
9: Service desk technician
10: Tech support

1. Indeed

This site is quite a job search engine indeed! The site has climbed to the top of the popularity list with over 250 million unique visitors per month. And it’s with good reason that the site is well-known. Just pop in a keyword, select a location and find tons of available jobs. You can upload your resume, find salaries, read company reviews, and apply on either the hiring company’s site or directly through Indeed. The site also offers a nice area for your profile where you can save jobs and then review them and then move them to Applied or Interviewing. If you’re just starting your job search, global websites like Indeed are a terrific place to start.

2. Monster

Whenever anyone needs access to job markets across the world, Monster is an obvious place to start. Monster has grown into one of the largest job search sites on the internet and serves just about every community across the world. What makes the Monster of job search sites so useful is the international search. Select a country and then search for or browse opportunities. The site lets you post your resume, apply for positions directly, use an advanced job search, and access career resources to help you research every step of the job-hunting process.

3. ZipRecruiter

ZipRecruiter not only gives you easy-to-use job search tools, but lets you quickly see suggested jobs, applied jobs, saved jobs, alerts, and a message center. You can also receive text alerts, which is handy for keeping up with new jobs available when you’re on-the-go. You can narrow down your search results with filters for when posted, distance, salary, employment type, title, or company. Plus, as you apply a filter, you’ll see the number of positions available using that filter. A standout feature ZipRecruiter is its 1-Click Apply. Find a job you like, click that button, and that’s it!

4. Glassdoor

If you’re looking for job search sites like Monster, that offer career resource tools, then head to Glassdoor. While they may be different than Monster’s tools, they’re certainly helpful. Read company reviews, search interview questions, find jobs by salary, and use the convenient salary calculator. You’ll need to create a free account to start using Glassdoor, but that’s when that door opens for all of the site’s useful tools. You can set up job alerts, follow specific companies, upload your resume, and save jobs you like to review later. Don’t pass this job search site by, Glassdoor is worth your time.

5. LinkedIn Jobs

Most people know that LinkedIn is the tops when it comes to professional networking. So, why wouldn’t there be a LinkedIn Jobs site? Enter a job title, location, and hit the search button. You’ll see results with filters for date posted, job type, experience level, and more. If you’re a LinkedIn user, you can apply for jobs with a single click using your LinkedIn details. While the LinkedIn Jobs site may not have all of those extra features, like career resource tools, it doesn’t need them because you can find those on the LinkedIn site itself. If you already have a LinkedIn account and profile set up, then this job search site is a no-brainer.

6. CareerBuilder

There’s little question that CareerBuilder is another in the list of best job search websites. If you’re looking for sites like Indeed, this is a good one. You can post your resume, find jobs by company or industry, and save your job searches to receive regular alerts via email. Similar to Monster, you can use career resources which include who’s currently hiring, jobs on the rise you should consider, recommended positions for you, and helpful tips for your job search. CareerBuilder is a definite job search site to bookmark.

7. Simply Hired

Simply Hired is a great job search website, mostly because of its little extras. Of course, you can search for a job by keyword and location as well as upload your resume. But this job site offers a bit more. You can view the top cities and companies along with positions earning the highest salaries. Then, head over to the salary estimator section for even more details on what jobs are paying. That area lets you browse jobs by salary or pop in a position and location to retrieve salary data. If this is something that would help you in your job search, then search with Simply Hired.


One of the world’s wealthiest countries in the world is also one of the world’s largest employers. The U.S. Federal government has its own giant online job database that lets you search for whatever industry or discipline you’re interested in. These jobs are worldwide, and the site isn’t shy about listing the actual salary ranges right there in the listing. You can use filters to narrow down your search by hiring path, security clearance, travel percentage, and more. If you’re thinking that a government job is for you, then you should take a look at USAJOBS. Other sites: 1. 2.

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