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Latest on Careercloud.com​ Here are a few of the recent articles from Careercloud! ​ ​Monster vs LinkedIn Monster and LinkedIn offer job seekers and employers opportunities to connect through their various job services. The two sites take somewhat different approaches to the job market industry. Monster is strictly an online job site, while LinkedIn is a networking platform for professionals with job service components available.

  • Monster- For over 25 years, Monster has been one of the leaders in the online job site industry. Monster gives job seekers a way to search online job listings for free.

  • LinkedIn- is the largest online professional networking platform. It's also a great place to find a job or find potential employees.

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Monster vs Glassdoor Monster and Glassdoor are two of the most popular online job search sites among job seekers and employers alike. Many job seekers are probably familiar with both websites already. For employers, Monster and Glassdoor offer paid services that allow you to post job listings and access other premium features that can help you attract the right talent.

  • Monster- has been a staple in the job-seeking industry for over 25 years. The online job site offers free job searching for job seekers and paid job listings and other premium services for employers.

  • Glassdoor- Launched in 2008, Glassdoor has quickly grown to one of the largest online job sites in the world, with 55 million unique visitors every month. Glassdoor offers free services for employers and job seekers.

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Monster vs Craigslist

Job seekers and employers have used Monster and Craigslist for years to connect companies with prospective employees. While both websites offer ways to find jobs and employees, they do it in differing ways. Monster follows a more traditional job site model, while Craiglist looks more like old-school online classified advertisements.

  • Monster- has been in the job market for over 25 years. The growing company is one of the leaders in the industry. Along with free job searching functionality for job seekers, Monster also offers premium services for employers who want to post jobs online and access other helpful tools and resources.

  • Craigslist- started as an email list by founder Craig Newmark in 1995. Since then, it's grown into one of the largest online classified advertisement sites in the world.

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Recent Episodes on Careercloud Radio​ ​The Careercloud Radio podcast has featured some amazing guests!


The Future Of Work And How To Elevate Your Career Journey With Lisa Gevelber

Lisa founded and leads Grow with Google (grow.google.com), which is Google’s $1 billion commitment to economic opportunity for all. Since 2017, Grow with Google has helped over 6 million Americans and tens of millions globally grow their skills, careers, and businesses. One of her most significant contributions is the creation of Google Career Certificates, which provide access to in-demand, high paying jobs for people without college degrees. These certificates have provided significant upward mobility to tens of thousands and counting. Lisa also leads Google for Startups, which levels the playing field for underrepresented founders and helps startups thrive across every corner of the world.


Listen to this episode w/ Lisa Gevelber


How To Execute On An Idea Outside Of Your Core Job With Rachel Neill Rachel is an entrepreneur and co-founder of Carex Consulting Group, Shenanigan Kids (The Figgy), and Talent Bandit. She is passionate about the startup space, scaling companies, raising capital, and women in tech.


Listen to this episode w/ Rachel Neill


From Around the Web


Why millions of job seekers aren’t getting hired in this hot job market

The United States has a record number of job openings, but many firms continue to favor candidates with several years of experience, availability to work evening or weekend hours, and a willingness to work in-person


US Jobless Rate Sinks to 4.2% as Many More People Find Jobs

America’s unemployment rate tumbled last month to its lowest point since the pandemic struck, even as employers appeared to slow their hiring — a mixed picture that pointed to a resilient economy that’s putting more people to work.


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