Top Ways to Find a Job in Kansas City
February 14, 2012
When you are ready to call a Kansas City mover and make the big move, it’s time to think about jobs in the area. There are many online resources for finding employment in Kansas City.
Start with the Kansas City Star newspaper. There may be listings for jobs in the classifieds, although this is not always the best bet. Go through their website to search through the CareerBuilder database for area jobs. Search for jobs in management, sales, health care, and many other areas.
Try www.kcjobs.com. This service is free for job seekers. You can browse for jobs by category or by keyword. There is a section for creating a resume, and you have the ability to apply for jobs online. Register for their service and they will send you e-mails with jobs that match your search criteria.
Look at www.kansascityjobforce.com. This is a place to manage your career, search for new opportunities, and connect with top employers and professionals in the Kansas City area. There are career resources and tools that can help you as you job hunt. Create an online Career Portfolio that showcases all that you are about. There are currently over 7,500 jobs available through this site.
Search through the MO.gov website for this page about area employment. You’ll find information on state agency job openings, job fair listings, Kansas City employers links, federal jobs, university jobs, and more.
Try www.Missouricareersource.com. This is yet another database of jobs that are searchable by keyword and job sector.
Before you make plans with your Kansas City mover, look deeper into these websites for ideas on employment.
(Photo attributed to Flickr member @David Boyle in DC via the creative common license.)
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