The legal industry is a competitive one and places for jobs on Internet based job boards can prove especially competitive. The majority of job boards charge the employer a fee to advertise their position for a set period of time and the employer will wait until that period lapses before progressing to the next stage. This means that your resume and cover letter could be one of thousands that the recruiting officer has to deal with and even the best resume can easily be overlooked when a company is faced with this many.
Finding legal jobs directly from employers’ websites means trawling the Internet in order to check every possible legal site and company website in the hope of finding a careers’ page that contains a position to suit your qualifications. This is where LawCrossingcan take on the mantle of search and give you access to jobs that very few have applied for and without you needing to visit every employer website individually.
As a research company, LawCrossingdoes not make money through advertising, which means that you won’t be harassed by annoying pop up advertisements when you’re trying to surf through the extensive list of jobs. They don’t sell their job advertisement space to employers either, so you won’t need to skip through pages and pages of “employment opportunities” that are little more than spam. LawCrossing is the single largest legal job board in the world and provides access to tens of thousands of job opportunities from virtually every legal firm and company in the USA.
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