5 Trusted Sites To Find A Genuine Job

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  • Posted: September 12, 2015 at 6:58 pm

Job hunting can be a full time job without a salary. After school you have to update your resume, write cover letters and drop them in every building that has a receptionist in town. The worst part is waiting for a callback, people go crazy and weird illusions occupy the brain.

Nowadays job searching is easy since job search dedicated websites have been developed. Here are some of the trusted sites to find a genuine job.

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Brighter Monday

This is the most popular job website across East Africa. The website was founded back in 2006. BrighterMonday is dedicated to creating job opportunities for East Africa’s job seekers and employers. BrighterMonday is privately owned.

The website allows users to register and upload curriculum vitae. It has the largest jobs-listings database in the country. The website also allows users to get sms alerts on the go. Kenyans have the opportunity to browse job categories and find jobs by location on the website. If you are hunting for a job, go here.

One Africa Media

Apparently this is like an open ‘mall’ of opportunities in Africa. One Africa Media operates Africa’s largest portfolio of online marketplaces focused on Jobs, Cars, Property and Travel.

The media operates in a number of countries and connects buyers, sellers, employers and jobseekers adds significant value to people’s lives.

“Our strengths come from taking the best of capabilities and capital from developed internet markets, and applying them with our very strong local knowledge and experience to create meaningful and useful products and services.” One Africa Media says.

If you are looking for a job, a car or a house visit One Africa Media.

United Nations Careers

Everybody wants to save others and get paid. United Nations provides solutions across the globe; from ending conflict and alleviating poverty, to combating climate change and defending human rights. Who wouldn’t want to work with them.

United Nations has a portal that offers an array of jobs and vacancies are updated every time there’s an opportunity in the organization. Visit the portal here.

The World Bank

World Bank offers opportunities for job seekers across the world. The World Bank has brunches across the world and they have goals to act as a source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. They have more than 10,000 employees in more than 120 offices worldwide.

Not getting anywhere in your job search? Visit World Bank.

Microsoft Careers

Who would like to work with one of the best tech companies in the world? Microsoft offers awesome opportunities for graduates or any potential candidate across the globe.

“Opportunities are powerful, seize them, watch where they take you. I am continually inspired by the passion of my teammates and Microsoft’s potential for the future.” Eric S said.

Visit them here and start applying now.

Those are some of the trusted sites to find a genuine job.

Also read:Government needs to create 3.9 million jobs for young Kenyans by 2020, warns SAP SE

 

 

 

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