Valentina Magri is an MA student in Management at Bocconi University and wanted to share with us her favorite job hunting platforms on the Internet to help you in your career endeavors. Valentina is also a contributor to “Radio Bocconi” and “Tra i Leoni” the student magazine at Bocconi.
The more career platforms exist, the more you run the risk of getting lost. Here’s the top-3 of the most useful:
If you register, you can fill a form where there are different sections by: education, experience, self-evaluation of your skills, career preferences. You can attach your CV, thus making it available to employers. The most interesting feature is the tool “match”, which displays job offers consistent with you when you check your account.
The most famous job boarding website contains much advice about career and a list of jobs to browse by using search criteria (company/location/industry). You can also upload your CV. If you join the platform, you will receive newsletters. The drawback is the clogging of your mail when you are not looking for a job.
Similar to Monster.com, but you will enjoy a better match of the job offers. The drawback is the same.