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- About Careers- The About network's jobs and career channel.
- Careers.org- Provides links to career-related sites on the Web, including an enormous amount of regional and local content.
- Job Hunter's Bible- The online supplement to the best seller What Color Is Your Parachute?
- JobStar- Career advice and guides, salary info, résumé help and job banks.
- Yahoo Employment Links- Conveniently arranged by subject, this link-to-link resource lets you choose from a myriad of categories that interest you.
More Job Listings
- America's Job Bank- Search state and national job listings.
- California State Personnel Board- Search jobs with the state of California.
- CareerBuilder.com - Features jobs from a variety of career sites, personalized job hunting tools, skills certification and articles.
- CareerJournal.com-The Wall Street Journal's executive career site, offering career columns, career advice and job searching.
- Career Magazine- A career resource with features including job openings, employee profiles, interactive discussion groups, news and feature articles and a directory of executive recruiters.
- The Chronicle of Higher Education- This resource includes faculty and research openings, administrative and executive postings, and jobs outside academia.
- College Grad Job Hunter- Tips on résumés, cover letters, networking and interviewing. Links to job openings for college graduates and a résumé-posting service.
- Dice- One of the top job sites for technology careers, listing full-time and contract positions.
- FlipDog.com- Presents a comprehensive directory of jobs found on the Web.
- FutureStep- List your résumé online and get access to hundreds of job listings. This company is a subsidiary of Korn/Ferry, executive recruiters.
- Global Careers- Offers posting of your résumé and search of relevant job openings at no cost.
- Idealist.org- Find nonprofit job openings in the U.S. and throughout the world.
- Job-hunt.org- Job search resources and services throughout the U.S.
- Monster- Search more than 800,000 jobs, build and post your résumé and access thousands of pages of career info and advice.
- National Association of Colleges and Employers JobWeb- Career development and job-search advice for new college graduates.
- Net Temps- Find temp and contract job listings for the U.S. and Canada.
- Saludos Web- Hispanic job seekers will find an abundance of useful information at the Saludos Hispanos Career Center, ranging from tips from finding the right career to mastering the job interview to in-depth articles about specific careers.
- Southern California Higher Education Consortium- Search higher education jobs from a variety of SoCal institutions in the categories of academic, staff, professional and administrative.
- Showbizjobs.com- An entertainment industry job center for job seekers and employers specializing in jobs in entertainment-related companies.
- Thingamajob.com - This online job site searches through world-wide staffing company listings.
- USAJOBS- The job search site of the United States federal government.
- WetFeet.com- Gives you the inside scoop on many companies and careers in addition to a job search tool.
- Yahoo! HotJobs– Yahoo! HotJobs' career tools and advice put job seekers in control of their careers.
Researches on Potential Employers
- Bizjournals- Local business journal headlines from around the country.
- FindArticles- Search hundreds of periodicals, journals and newswires for company or industry news.
- Dogpile , Google , Metacrawler , Vivisimo - Find a prospective empoyer's Web site and references to them on the Web.
- Hoover's Handbook- A database of 8,000 public and private companies, and the week's top 10 business news stories.
- Vault - The premiere destination for insider company information, advice and career management services.
- Yahoo! Finance- Provides news headlines, news releases, company profiles and stock performances for public companies.
Preparing for New Job
- Best Places to Live- Money.com rates the 300 best U.S. cities, and there is a search tool where you can find the best match for you.
- City Profiles and Comparisons- Take an in-depth look at crime, housing, education, economy, recreation, transportation, health, climate and more for some 1,000 U.S. cities.
- Salary.com- What are you worth?
- Salary Calculator- Compare the cost of living in hundreds of U.S. cities.
- U.S. Census Bureau- Information on population and housing, economy and geography.
- U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics- The Occupational Employment Statistics program produces employment and wage estimates for more than 700 occupations.
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