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JOB SEARCH RESOURCES
Career Pathways has compiled a list of job site links and brief descriptions to help you navigate job searches on-line. Even if you are not in the market for a job, these sites will give you a good idea of the marketplace in your area of interest.
Monster is one of the largest internet job search engines. It allows Job Seekers to search for jobs, build and post their resumes and access pages of career information and advice.
USAJOBS is the website of the Office of Personnel Management and is the official job site of the federal government. Individuals can explore the Federal jobs in the USAJOBS database and create and store a resume for applying to Federal jobs.
The job search engine allows you to search for part-time and hourly jobs by zip code. The “Read Great Job Advice” link allows one to obtain resume and interview help and to access the Self Improvement Center. The Self Improvement Center provides advice on Steps to Getting Hired, resumes, interviewing, etc.
This is the Riley Guide to Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet. The Guide provides links to a wealth of resources and is divided into the sections of Prepare to Search; Execute a Campaign; Target & Research; Job Listings; Resumes & Cover Letters; Network, Interview, & Negotiate; Salary Guides & Guidance and A-Z Index.
This is the home web page of Quintessential Careers, a comprehensive career development site. Under the “Career Tools” section there are links to three job search pages that provide articles and links to college, career, job, and job-hunting resources for specific areas. The areas are Job Seeker Specific Jobs, Industry Specific Jobs and Geographic Specific Jobs.
BestJobsUSA allows job seekers to search for jobs nationwide and to post their resume. Included are specialized links for women & minorities, health careers and state specific jobs. There are also links for company profiles, career fairs and for university graduates entering the job market.
This is the website of the Recruiters Online Network. It allows job seekers to search for jobs, post their resume and locate recruiters by job preference and location.
The National Association of Colleges and Employers’ JobWeb® website provides career development and job-search information for college students and new college graduates. It allows individuals to search employer profiles and obtain job search advice.
This website is for individuals interested in the sports, sports related, health and fitness fields. It allows you to search job databases, search for internships, search sports and industry contacts and post your resume.
Cool Works® is about you finding a seasonal job or career in some of the “greatest places on Earth”. Individuals can search for jobs at national and state parks, camps, resorts, ski resorts, ranches, on water and in amusement parks. Information on internships, volunteer opportunities, the Conservation Corps and jobs for teens is also available.
The Dream It. Do It. website was developed by the National Association of Manufacturers and The Manufacturing Institute, its research and education affiliate. In the Do-It section students can conduct Job Searches on manufacturing related careers and also obtain Internship information.
Education & Training
This is the Apprenticeship Training, Employer and Labor Services section (Registered Apprentice) of the U.S. Department of Labor's Employment & Tranining Division's website.
The Job Corps provides at-risk youth aged 16 through 24 with the interated academic, vocational and social skills training.
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