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Finding IT jobs is no longer a difficult task, all it takes is a little bit of knowledge, and anyone can find IT jobs online. If you are looking for an IT related job, and have no idea how you can use the internet to find what you are looking for; here are a few tips to help you find the IT job of your choice. Most job sites allow users to upload there resumes, make sure your resume is up to date and is professionally written. Your resume is the first thing that any company will look at before they shortlist you, therefore it is essential that your resume is impressive and professional looking. Apart from allowing users to upload resumes, most job sites allow users to create multiple profiles. A profile is essentially a way for a job seeker to present his skills in different ways.

For example, a .Net programmer can create multiple profiles, one for SQL programming and another for .Net programming. By creating different profiles a job seeker can increase the chances of his resume being short listed. In the example above, a job seeker will get offers from not just .

Net companies, but also from companies that are looking for people that have worked with SQL programming. When it comes to IT jobs, chances are you will have more than one skill set that can help you find a job; therefore it is necessary to create more than one profile. It is a good idea to register with more than one job site, different companies use different job sites to find candidates. In fact, it is common for the same company to use more than one job site to find candidates.

A word of caution, do not register with more than two or three job sites, you might end up getting more mails than you can handle; it pays to be selective when you are choosing a job site. Job sites are not the only means of finding IT jobs online, you can also register with popular freelance sites. Freelancing sites allow IT professionals the opportunity to work on projects of their choice and also help people make meaningful business contacts online. Although the chances of finding a regular 9 to 5 job on a freelance site are low, but you will gain valuable work experience which will help make your resume more impressive.

You don't have to wait for job postings to find jobs; you can also start sending your resume to major technology companies. Chances are your resume will not receive any attention straight away, but you might be considered for a job opening that comes up in the future. Contrary to popular belief, all resumes posted to IT companies are screened by both human resources and operations. In conclusion, finding IT jobs is not a complicated task anymore; all you need to do is keep an eye out for opportunities online and if possible create some opportunities.

Resource Box Articles sponsored by http://www.devseeker.in, the leading job portal for software engineers.

Bogdan Nedelcu is the author of this article on Jobs in India. Find more information about software jobs in India here.



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