How To Find Local Jobs In My Area

Finding local jobs in my area can be hard if you don’t know where to see them. In these hard economic times, when the US unemployment rate stays at 9%, there are still many jobs that can be found locally that are not being filled for lack of applicants.

If you’ve been wondering where I find a job in my area, below are some tips which may be useful to you, whether you are searching for a fulltime or a part-time position. If you are interested to find jobs in Northern Region, click here (which is also known as “ภาคเหนือคลิกที่นี่” in Thai language).

Most traditional means of looking for local jobs is by browsing the want ads in the local newspapers. Most medium-size establishments in the community still place ads for openings in these papers as a means of showing support for them.

However, the number of jobs listed there might be limited because an increasing number of companies are posting job openings online.In case you’ve got a very clear idea of the kind of job that you want, you can try finding local jobs in my area by looking up companies in the local yellow pages and cold calling their human resources departments, asking if they have openings in your preferred area.

You might be lucky enough to find an opening that has not yet been advertised and that you might be perfect for. At the minimum, they may invite you to submit a resume for their active documents, which may result in a call later when there is an opening. You can also think of visiting their sites right, if they have one, to search for job listings. You can go online to find Jobs through (which is also known as “หางานผ่าน” in Thai language).

If you have access to a computer and an Internet connection, there are a wide variety of other online tools for finding local jobs in my area. You can start by looking at the website of your local Chamber of Commerce. Plus, many of the listings are appearing here first before they recorded in other sites, increasing your odds of landing a good job.