The MedCerts Career Center houses helpful and informative job search tools such as the Job Search Database, to search for opportunities nationwide, and Featured Jobs, which includes positions that have been posted by MedCerts employer partners interested in recruiting MedCerts graduates. You can also check out Job Search Strategies to find job matches and set up job alerts!

Additionally, there are several widely used job search tools that can help you find opportunities across various industries and sectors.

  1. LinkedIn: LinkedIn is a professional networking platform that also serves as a powerful job search tool. You can create a profile, connect with professionals, follow companies, and browse job postings. LinkedIn is a great place to strengthen those networking muscles too. Don’t be afraid to send connection invitations to people in your field and to direct message professionals who work for organizations you are interested in joining. One of the best ways to job search is via word of mouth as it promotes trust and authenticity and demonstrates interest and proactiveness.
  2. Indeed: Indeed is a popular job search engine that aggregates job listings from various sources, including company websites and job boards. It allows you to search by job title, location, salary, and more. Indeed has plenty of solid career advice in the form of articles and videos that can further equip you for the job search process. If you need career support, don’t forget to submit a request to connect with a MedCerts Career Coach here.
  3. Glassdoor: Glassdoor provides not only job listings but also company reviews, salary information, and interview insights shared by current and former employees. This can help you get a better understanding of the company culture and expectations. Not only that, this information will aid you in better understanding trends within your industry and can prepare you for negotiating your salary when accepting an offer of employment.
  4. Monster: Monster is one of the oldest job search platforms. It offers job listings, company profiles, and career advice for job seekers.
  5. CareerBuilder: CareerBuilder offers job listings, company profiles, and resources for career development. It also provides tools to upload your resume and apply to jobs directly.
  6. ZipRecruiter: ZipRecruiter is known for its user-friendly interface. It offers job listings and allows you to set up job alerts based on your preferences.
  7. Dice: If you’re looking for technology-related jobs, especially in IT and programming, Dice is a specialized job search platform tailored to those fields.
  8. SimplyHired: Similar to Indeed, SimplyHired aggregates job listings from various sources and provides search options based on location, job type, salary, and more.
  9. Snagajob: Snagajob primarily focuses on hourly and part-time jobs, making it a great resource for students and individuals looking for flexible work.
  10. Company Websites: Many companies post job openings directly on their websites. If you have specific companies in mind, regularly visiting their career pages can help you stay updated on job opportunities. This is one of the best ways to apply. If the company posts open opportunities on their website, they will be inclined to pull these applicants first.
  11. Networking: Don’t underestimate the power of networking. Attending industry events, job fairs, and connecting with professionals on platforms like LinkedIn can often lead to hidden job opportunities.
  12. Job Search Apps: There are mobile apps available for many of the job search platforms mentioned above, making it convenient to search for jobs on the go.

Remember that the effectiveness of these tools can vary based on your location, industry, and job preferences. It’s often a good idea to use multiple tools in combination and tailor your job search strategy to your specific needs and goals. Always be cautious of potential scams and verify the legitimacy of job postings before providing personal information or applying.



Keeping track of job applications and clinical sites contacted is crucial for students during their search for several reasons: