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Updated 2-15-12

CAREER & JOB SEARCH RESOURCES

Occupational Outlook Handbook

This online version of the Department of Labor publication provides information on specific job fields, including information on training and education needed; earnings, expected job prospects and more.

Career Key
This site consists of 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, this site includes America's Career InfoNet, America's Job Bank, and America's Service Locator. 

Career Resource Center

Thousands of links to a wide variety of career resources on the internet.

Career Thoughts
Hundreds of career profiles matching interests and abilities with the latest employment and salary information from the U.S. Department of Labor.  No registration required or searching restrictions.


GotResumeBuilder.com
Fast, free template based resume creation site with a variety of styles and formats.  In addition to the resume building tool, GotResumeBuilder.com also features a resume tutorial, resume samples, and context-sensitive resume writing tips.

Green Careers Guide

Resource for jobs in the renewable energy industry, such as solar, wind and geothermal.  The site also offers step by step articles to help the unemployed ease into the Green Economy.

Peterson's Education and Career Center

Free registration provides help with resumes, practice exams, school searching and financial aid.


Purdue Online Writing Lab
The Purdue Online Writing Lab offers over 200 free resources on writing and teaching writing, research, grammar, style guides, ESL, job search, professional writing and more.


Riley Guide

Top rated - Librarian created. The Riley Guide introduces 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 instead points you to the places that do. 

JOB LISTINGS

Career Builder
One of the best online job search sites, CareerPath allows you to search employment ads in many major newspapers around the country as well as on employers' web sites. You can also post your resume and search for information on some employers.

Federal Jobs Digest

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

Indeed.com

A search engine for 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.com

Site for job seekers and employers with global opportunities.

MyJobApps.com

Research salaries, benefits, download job applications as well as find targeted jobs in a specific geographic area with over 1500 major companies.  Site continuously updated.

Net-Temps
Job posting board with contract, temporary, and permanent positions. Job seekers can use their personal desktop to post their resumes so hundreds of companies can view their qualifications. Recruiters can use their personal desktop to post more than 200 hundred jobs to find the perfect candidate.

Texas Workforce Commission

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


 

 

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