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Career Advice: Offers hundreds of career profiles matching interests and abilities with the latest employment and salary information from the U.S. Department of Labor.

Career Builder: Offers one of the best job search sites to allow you to search employment ads in many major newspapers around the country. You can also post your resume and search for information on some employers.

Career Key: Provides a series of multiple-choice questions followed by a personality profile. At the end, you can access detailed information in the Occupational Outlook Handbook about the careers that match your personality and interests.

Career OneStop: Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor that includes America's Career InfoNet, America's Job Bank, and America's Service Locator.

Career Resource Center: Offering thousands of links to a wide variety of career resources on the Internet.

Federal Jobs Digest: Online version of the magazine which reports worldwide Federal vacancy announcements and news of Federal hiring.

Glassdoor: Search millions of job listings, see anonymous salary details for any job or company, and see what real employees have to say about any company.

Green Careers Guide: A resource guide for jobs in the renewable energy industry including solar, wind, and geothermal. The site also offers step by step articles to help the unemployed ease into the Green Economy.

Hloom's Templates: Access information on selecting the right resume for the employment you seek, while accessing a host of resume templates that are free to download and use.

Indeed: Search engine for finding jobs, allowing job seekers to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards, including Career Builder and Monster.

JobHunt: Screened job-search resources and services based on their merit, not money they might pay for being included.

Monster: Site for job seekers and employers with global opportunities to search through national job positions.

MyJobApps: Allows users to research salaries, benefits, download job applications as well as find targeted jobs in a specific geographic area with over 1,500 major companies.

Net-Temps: Job posting board with contract, temporary, and permanent positions. Job seekers can post their resumes so hundreds of companies can view their qualifications.

Neuvoo - Texas: Job aggregator that lists available jobs in your area.

Occupational Outlook Handbook: Online version of the Department of Labor publication providing information on job fields, training, education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, and more.

Raw Resume: Offers in-depth information about resume organization and how to create your own, while avoiding pitfalls in our modern age of technology and social media.

Riley Guide: Librarian created guide to introduce you to the online job search, listing many online sites and services that are useful for your job search. It does not post jobs nor resumes but points you to the places to go.

Texas Workforce Commission: State government agency charged with overseeing and providing workforce development services to employers and job seekers of Texas.