If you are one of the many people these days who are looking for work, you can use a number of different internet sites to aid you in your search.On a national level, you can try one of the larger job posting sites like Monster. These sites will have free sign ups, and offer you a chance not only to post your resume on-line for potential employers, but allow you to search through their job postings, and submit your applications. This site is particularly helpful if you are currently employed or under-employed, and want to find more work without alerting your current boss. There are features that will disguise your identity, allowing you to search in peace.Another option, on a more local level, is to check out your hometown newspaper. While going through the printed classifieds can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack, most newspapers now feature an online listing of their classified section, allowing to you simplify your search. Many of these posting will have a click-through link to an email address to which you can post your resume and cover letter.If the types of jobs you are looking for are not typically ones to pay for a classified ad, you might want to consider searching on a non-pay classified site like craigslist. This site offers a unique section for most major cities, and within that page, they break down the different job categories for ease of searching. Here, you will find a healthy mix of traditional and more unorthodox companies who are looking for new hires.The most important part of searching for work online is to keep current with it. Job listings are updated very frequently, and the job you are looking for can be posted, short-listed and hired out within a matter of hours.