Job Search Web Resources
For an internet novice the hardest part of finding a job online is knowing where to get started. Job Search Engines like Collegecentral.com, CareerBuilder and Jobs.com can offer a variety of services. Job seekers can search for jobs by location, industry, pay, etc. A personal account can be opened that will provide ways to post your resume for recruiters to review and allow them to contact you by e-mail for an interview.
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America's Job Bank – Job seekers can post their résumé where thousands of employers search every day, search for job openings, and find a job fast.
Baltimore Jobs – Search a local network of job boards online.
BestJobsUSA.com – This site provides companies the solutions to source candidates, and for applicants to find the best employment opportunities.
Career.com – A virtual job fair created to help jobseekers find a career that suits them best.
Career Magazine – Service for job seekers to post résumés and search jobs.
Careerbuilder.com – The CareerBuilder Network provides access to more than 3 million jobs throughout the Internet - all tailored to one's individual search.
Catholic Jobs Online – Catholic Jobs Online features free job listings for Catholic organizations, and free job searches and career tools for Catholics seeking employment.
CityTownInfo Career and College Resources – Presents information on hundreds of employment categories and thousands of schools, to help people find and pursue careers of interest to them.
College Central – Students and alumni can post their résumés, and can then search and apply for posted jobs at no cost to them.
College Job Bank – Job search engine for entry level positions.
College Recruiter – Premiere information source for college students, grads and recent graduates who are seeking employment and business opportunities.
CollegeGrad.com – #1 entry level job site.
Cool Works – Search through our 75,000 jobs in great places, including amusement parks, ski resorts, and national and state parks.
Commongood Careers – Commongood Careers works with over 130 organizations in 25 states. One of the most experienced nonprofit search firms in the country, this site also includes a knowledge center with articles, advice, and resources.
Current Jobs for Graduates – Lists national employment vacancies in liberal arts and the arts and humanities. (login available through Career Center)
Dice.com – The Career hub for Information Technology
Experience.com – Resource for students and young professionals beginning their careers. From researching a company and finding a job to reading about the latest workplace trends, experience.com has it all.
Green Careers Guide – Most comprehensive database of articles on green jobs.
HealthManagementCareers.org – This Internet resource guide will assist you in exploring a career in the healthcare management field and provide you with information so that you can make a more informed career decision.
HelpWanted.com – Primiere service with thousands of current jobs and 100,000s of visitors. Free resource for job seekers.
Hotjobs.com – The site boasts hundreds of thousands of jobs and allows opportunity seekers to search and view job postings from corporate hiring mangers.
Indeed.com – Complimentary and comprehensive search engine for jobs that provides the latest job opportunities.
Indeed Worldwide – International sites are listed for students looking for international career opportunities.
Insourced – A nationwide job search application featuring job listings in every major industry and for all experience levels. Jobs are posted directly by employers and gathered from direct employer and recruiter websites. Job seekers can sign up for an account to save jobs, save searches, receive job e-mail alerts and read the Insourced blog for career tips and advice.
jamminjobs.com – A national job board listing thousands of open positions, locally and nationwide; includes articles and resources for the job seeker and employers.
monsterTrak.com – The leading global online network for careers, connecting the most progressive companies with the most qualified career-minded individuals.
Nationjob.com – The number one community-based Internet recruitment program in the U.S., serving a total population of more than 100 million people in communities in over 35 states.
Summer Jobs Web – Features summer job opportunities for students and temporary workers.
The Ladders – $100,000+ job search engine.
Vault.com – Includes carefully researched and continually updated "insider" information on over 3,000 companies and 70 industries.
Wetfeet.com – Gives you the scoop on the companies, industries, and careers you're considering, and advice on everything from breaking into a new industry in mid-career, negotiating salaries and stock options, to getting that ideal job, to relocating to a new city.
StateJobs.com – The mission is to create local community sites where employers can target their recruitment and job seekers can find employment in major U.S. cities.
USA Jobs – The U.S. Government's official site for jobs and employment information provided by the United States Office of Personnel Management.
DC Job Source – Your guide to federal government jobs in the DC metro area! Offers the options to browse through several links to general federal agency directories, and/or pick from a list of specific jobs at individual federal agencies.
Washington Post – Offers a site for employers in the D.C. area to post jobs as well as a personalized job search for those seeking employment.
Baltimore Sun – Offers a site for the Baltimore/D.C. area employers to post their jobs, while allowing a quick and easy way for job seekers to narrow down their job search.
NYCareers – NYCareers.com is a career and recruiting site for the State of New York. The New York Career Network offers an on-line career database, and also offers a personal career agent that allows job seekers to search for a job free and confidential.
NYJobSource – Founded in 1997, the Internet Job Source operates a network of local sites in the nation's largest cities, including New York City and state.