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Originally published Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 8:01 PM

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Better ways to search online for a job

If you’re in the market for work or even a career change, here are a few places on the Web that might help.

McClatchy-Tribune News Service

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Although the employment picture is looking a bit brighter, finding the right job for you can remain a challenge. Websites that specialize in employment listings however, can greatly enhance a person’s hunt for a new job.

If you’re in the market for work or even a career change, here are a few places on the Web that might help:

EmploymentGuide.com: Explore job openings in a specific industry or by location. employmentguide.com/browsejobsnew.html

FlipDog.com: Find jobs in a local area, or by most popular cities, states and categories. flipdog.com

Indeed: Perform a quick, simple search with keyword and location to get full jobs listing or more advanced search to narrow the listing. indeed.com

JobDig: Features interactive job-search map, browsing by job field and career advice and tools. jobdig.com

Snagajob.com: Enter your ZIP code to access city and state search, and view job listings in your area. snagajob.com

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