When searching for a phrase which combines several words you can enclose your searched words in single ('')or double ("") quotation marks. For example: "Marketing Manager" or 'Executive Assistant'. When quotation marks are placed around a group of words, these are searched as a phrase and not as single words. By putting quotes around a set of words, our search considers the exact words in the given order.
Minus ( - )
Including the command " - " in your search eliminates the words or phrases from your search results. For example: "Marketing Manager" - "staffing". The results of this search would contain "Marketing Manager" but will not contain "staffing".
Plus ( + )
Including the command " + " in your search indicates that all words or phrases from your search are required. For example: "Marketing Manager" + "staffing". All documents returned by the search will contain "Marketing", "Manager" as well as "staffing".
Keep in mind that some jobs may also be posted in English and other foreign languages. If you think these jobs may be of interest to you, be sure to also search using foreign language keywords.