Completing a Job Search

Jobs in the hidden job market can be discovered through job advertisements.
False
Which of the following is an Internet job search “don’t”?
B
What percentage of job opening are published?
B
Monica is interested in changing careers, and she needs to find a job Web site that lists careers from all industries. What type of job site would you recommend for her?
A
Which of the following is an Internet job search “do”?
B
Approximately 80% of all job openings are part of the hidden job market.
True
School teachers, counselors, and job placement centers can help you _____.
B
If you are interested in working for a specific company, what type of job site should you look at for opening?
C
Networking is the most effective search method for finding job leads.
True
Which of the following questions about private employment agencies is false?
B
More companies are posting job advertisements on industry specific sites, because the applicants are usually more qualified.
True
School-to-work programs unite _____.
D
A job search should be treated like a full time job.
True
Employers prefer to hire someone who has been referred to them, rather than a complete stranger.
True
The first step you should take when organizing your job search is to:
C
The Internet can be used to:
D
Classified ads in newspapers _____.
C