The Keywords You Need To Find the Right Job

Have you spent hours searching job boards for position listings?


Do you know what you want but get too many search results when you look for it? 2159980025_4e6b965217


Did you know employers and hiring managers are very sophisticated when they look for candidates, and know just the right key words to use?

Here are a few examples of how recruiters scout candidates 

C++ java -jobs -samples intitle:resume OR inurl:resume AND Cleveland
this is an example of a Google Search for software candidates in Cleveland

(“business analyst” OR “systems analyst” or Analyst or BA) and (Retail or POS or “point of sales”) and (ecommerce or e-commerce or web or internet) and (inventory or SCM or “supply chain”) and (“crystal report*)
this is a search string from a recruiter challenged to find candidates for Business Analyst positions with experience in Crystal Reports. This search string is one that can be used inside job boards


Today, we’re going to help you create your own string. You don’t even have to learn the language.


I’m working with the recruiting industry insiders who built the products used by 70% of the Fortune 500 to find candidates. We are going to give you a customized string for your job search.


After years of training companies to find candidates, my friends Chris Forman and Tim McKegney founded StartWire, a private social networking platform, to help job seekers.


If you join StartWire and complete a profile that share your interests–ideal job title, industry sectors of interest and location; Chris and Tim will provide you with your own custom Boolean search string you can use for your own needs.


Registering on StartWire takes less than five minutes, and you’ll get your search string within 48 hours–at the latest. Sound good?


To your success,



(P.S. StartWire will help you find keywords to search for the right job, if you need help finding keywords for your resume, check out this post I wrote on how to find the best keywords through a tag cloud.)

Cross-posted on Secrets of the Job Hunt. Photo by Cayusa.

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2 Responses to The Keywords You Need To Find the Right Job

  1. Wow, how’s that for an eye-opener? I’ve been unemployed for 8 months now and I’m eager to go back working. I find this to be a challenge, since employers are going to notice the gap. But of course, with the help of this firm that once helped me and mediated with my previous company’s management (I was able to get the worker’s compensation and claim), I know I’ll get my desired job.
    I never really thought about keywords that can help my resume until I read this post. I know I should have a good-looking resume, but now I have an idea how recruiters find prospective employees online. Thanks, Chandlee.

  2. Jack Napiare says:

    That’s great advice, can’t wait to apliy it.

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