The Job Search
The Job Search
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Farr, J. M. & Shatkin, L. (2008). 150 best jobs for your skills. Indianapolis, IN: JIST Publishing. (331.702 F)
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Middleton, J. (2008). Land your dream job: High-performance techniques to get noticed, get hired, and get ahead. New York: Penguin Group USA, Inc.
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Best Jobs USA http://www.bestjobsusa.com/
Jobs seekers may search for jobs, post a resume, research the economic prospects of several states, as well as do salary research, and get career advice.
Career Builder http://www.careerbuilder.com
Search for a job, post a resume, read articles on working life, and peruse the list of employment agencies.
Employment Spot http://www.employmentspot.com
At this site you can search jobs by city, by state, and by industry.
It includes job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career websites.
This site provides job information for job seekers and employers, resume writing information, free career tests, salary wizard, career articles, success stories, and community programs.
Revised January 2009, by Staff, Job Information Center, Mid-Manhattan Library