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Title: Monster.Com


1
Monster.Com
  • Joel Fried

2
Monsters Main Page
3
Monsters Main Page
  • The homepage of Monster allows the user to click
    on pages to help in their search for employment
    or employees.
  • The bottom of the page contains links to general
    information on Monster.com
  • The scroll down menu after in the middle of the
    page allows users to quickly jump to what they
    are looking for

4
About Monster
5
About Monster
  • This page accessible through about Monster at the
    bottom of the main page tells what Monsters
    basic purpose is. It explains that Monsters Goal
    is to connect people with jobs to make their
    lives easier and productive
  • It also contains some basic information on
    Monster such as its stock symbol

6
Interactive Metrics
7
Interactive Metrics
  • This page explains in detail the amount of users
    Monster has.
  • It also gives info on how many resumes and job
    agents the site holds.
  • Further down this page compares Monster to its
    competitors showing how much larger it is then
    any other online job searching site (About double
    the size of 2 Hotjobs.com)

8
Monster Store
9
Monster Store
  • These are items which Monster sells directly.
  • The products are generally work related (clothes,
    desk equipment etc.)
  • There are also links to other sites which sell
    items such as books

10
Monster For Employees
11
Monster For Employees
  • This is where employers will go on the site.
  • They can buy resumes or pay to post jobs.
  • There are other services available if the users
    clicks on view all products.
  • In order to use these services that they pay for
    they must log in

12
Job Search
13
Job Search
  • The job search allows you to post resumes, apply
    for jobs, or have jobs e-mailed to you directly
  • In order to access these features you need a
    Monster.com account. The account is free.

14
Sign-Up
15
Sign-Up
  • The form will ask you various basic questions
    such as name, location, and e-mail address.
  • There are optional services that can be selected
    such as find out about Monster updates
  • After you are done signing up you can upload or
    create a resume

16
Posting Resumes
17
Posting Resumes
  • There are three ways to post a Resume build it
    directly on Monster, copy and paste it, or upload
    it from a word file.
  • Once uploaded the user may decide whether or not
    he will let employers look at it.
  • Users can pay money to have an expert help with
    there resume.

18
My Monster
19
My Monster
  • This page lets job seekers send out out agents
    that will search for jobs given information such
    as desired location and job title.
  • This page can be personalized to the user
  • Also available here are resume building tools and
    networking options

20
Career Advice
21
Career Advice
  • This page has six sections Resume Tips,
    Interviewing, Salary Info, Discussion, Diversity,
    and Relocating.
  • Each section offer free advice in that category
    although some require payments for addition
    services such as a personal salary report.

22
Contact
23
Contact
  • If you have problems with Monster.com you can
    e-mail them, call them, read there FAQ or join a
    live chat.
  • The live chat and FAQ will ask you for specific
    categories you are looking for help in.

24
Competition
25
Competition
  • Yahoos hot jobs is Monsters largest competitor
    though roughly only half its size.
  • Career builder, Salary.com, and Brassring.com
    represent some other major rivals.
  • Monster has the advantage of letting its
    employers and employees have many more resumes
    (over 30 million) and job listings to look at in
    addition to having more features

26
Social Issue
  • Monster.com encourages movement to find jobs
    which can hurt local industries. If a company is
    able to hire an out of state nonunion worker for
    cheaper then a local union worker, then this
    could cause people to be forced to relocate or
    take less pay.
  • In addition Monster may help companies hire
    non-American workers costing local jobs and
    hurting local economies.

27
Conclusion
  • Monster is the premier site for me, a soon to be
    college graduate, to search for a job. It has
    numerous helpful services both free and at cost.
    I can find jobs using it anywhere in the country
    for nearly any occupation. I can put out search
    agents to find jobs for me without even searching
    myself. Monster.com makes finding a postgraduate
    job or changing jobs much easier.
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