In the standard search, there are two sections to fill in for your personal job search - the What and the Where. For more instruction, go to the bottom of this page.
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The What refers to what type of job opportunity you are looking for - a specific job title, a discipline or even a category of employment opportunity. For example, you can type in IT Project Manager or City Clerk, Graphic Design or Customer Service, or something like Part Time or Contractor. If you are looking for something specific, be detailed and specific when you enter terms in the What box. You can use quote marks for an exact search term, such as "flexible hours", to return job listings that include that in the description.
The Where refers to the location where you would like to work. You can either enter your city/town and state or a specific zip code. If you are interested in a broader area and are flexible within a state, just enter the state. Please search on a single location at a time, though, because multiple locations will not return any results.
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