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Resources to help the customer answer the question: "How do I reach my career goal and find a job?"
This site is an excellent general resource for the person planning a job search. It is a site designed as a supplement to "What Color Is Your Parachute" the classic job search book by Richard Bolles.
- Career Journal
This web site offers a special section on job hunting advice--such as interviewing guidance (i.e., should you disclose disability information during a job interview, etc.)
A website that provides visitors with a plethora of free information, specifically for job seekers.
- Networking Assessment for Job
This site contains a self assessment which can help the user objectively review what they are doing, what tasks they need to implement, and what habits they want to develop to become effective networkers in the job search process.
National Labor Exchange
This is one of the top job opportunity sites on the Internet. It contains a searchable database thousands of job openings nationwide. Openings have been listed with Job Service in all states. Job seekers can also submit an electronic resume that can be searched by employers.
- Job Center of
Provides a 'one-stop' service for employers to meet their workforce needs and job seekers to get career planning, job placement and training services. Post your resume and search the Wisconsin Job Service Data Base, Wisconsin State Job Openings, Nationwide Job Openings, and more!
- Wisconsin Current
This is the online version of the Career Opportunities Bulletin that is updated weekly. This site provides information on current openings in State service.
- Indeed (One Search, All Jobs)
A job search site which lists jobs within an area/zip code that is entered.
Search newspaper employment ads from 81 newspapers from throughout the United States. The Green Bay Press Gazette is the only Wisconsin newspaper included. The user can also search job postings gathered from leading employer web sites and can post an online resume.
State Journal and Capital Times Employment Section
Employment Classified Sections of the Wisconsin State Journal and the Capital Times newspapers from Madison, Wisconsin. (Note: Both newspapers publish their classifieds on the website known as Madison.com.)
- Milwaukee Journal/Sentinel Employment
Employment Classified Sections of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
- Online Job Application Resources
Hiring information on thousands of major companies as well as comprehensive interview tips and video resources.
This site focuses on the needs of the experienced job seeker and provides several features geared to the possible interests of this target audience. Headhunters are not allowed to post openings to this site or search resumes on the site.
Project HIRED (Helping Industry Recruit Employees with Disabilities) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to assist persons with disabilities to secure jobs appropriate to their qualifications and career goals.
This site is owned and maintained by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). It offers job openings for college students, recent graduates, and college educated professionals.
A listing of job openings targeted at college students, graduates, and alumni. They claim to list large numbers of new job openings daily. Has tips on resumes and other job search related issues. Also contains a calendar of job fairs. (NOTE: To use this service to search for job listings you must be a student or alumnus of one of the participating institutions.)
- On-Line Job Applications
Offers a free online resource helping individuals find specific information and advice on how to apply online and offline to every major company in the U.S.
Job openings database. Online resume entry. Employer profiles. Search regional and national newsgroups for job announcements.
On-Line Job Meta-List
Listing of links to many other job related sites.
This site, which some of you may have known as "aboutwork.com", allows the user to search a database of over 170,000 job opportunities; put a resume online; research companies; and customize a job search using a feature called "My Monster".
- Job Access
The goal of JobAccess is to enable people with disabilities to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment.
- Hire disAbility
The national leader in creating career expos that bring together the job seekers with disabilities and top companies of Corporate America that are looking to hire qualified men and women with disabilities, thereby creating a more diverse, effective and representative corporate workforce.
- Job Search USA
An all-purpose job search website offering job listings from various organizations including not for profits, small businesses, corporations and educational institutions.
An employment search engine for the USA. In one simple search, the job seeker has access to a massive selection of jobs that are compiled from various internet sources.
A website which provides information to help you find employment in a department store.
- All50Medical.com is a free healthcare career resource specializing in allied health, locum tenen and traveling nurse careers. Learn about all the allied health specialties with in depth career outlooks for each specialty.
- Traveling Nurse - Free career resource for nurses researching career opportunities and jobs in the exciting field of travel nursing. The site has free resources on how to become a travel nurse, the benefits, salary, how to find a job and numerous other FAQ’s.
- Department-Store-Applications.com - This site provides employment resources, online applications, and job listings for many of the top department store retailers across the United States.
- Neuvoo - This job search engine indexes jobs directly for free from companies' career websites, placement agencies and job boards.
- Guide to Researching
This guide provides a listing of links to Internet web sites which provide information about companies and industries.