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More eLearning Job Resources November 4, 2008

Posted by B.J. Schone in eLearning.
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Building upon a previous blog post, I’ve listed a bunch more great resources to help you find a job in the field of learning and technology (a.k.a. eLearning). Happy hunting!

Do you have other resources to share? If so, please add a comment!

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1. Emily Kovak - November 26, 2008

Careerjet is a job search engine designed to make the process of finding a job on the internet easier for the user. It maps the huge selection of job offerings available on the internet in one extensive database by referencing job listings originating from company websites, recruitment agency websites and large specialist recruitment sites.

2. jobs - February 11, 2009

Consider jobofmine.com Probably, will be helpful.

3. Spotlight On… | Workplace Learning Today - March 11, 2009

[…] has noticed a lot more traffic on his blog as a result of two older postings – eLearning Jobs and More eLearning Job Resources. As a result, he’s decided to feature profiles of industry job seekers on his home page. See his […]

4. compassioninpolitics - June 4, 2009

A micro-strategy of looking and engaging all of the portals is probably best.

Its probably worthy to note that Indeed is probably one of the biggest aggregators of jobs, so is one of the better engines for finding available positions.

5. How to Stand Out to Get eLearning Jobs « eLearning Weekly - January 26, 2011

[…] posts is eLearning Jobs. It is even far more popular than the follow-up that B.J. posted called More eLearning Job Resources. Both posts offer links to sites that show elearning job listings […]


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