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JOB SEARCH WEBSITES WILL LINK YOU TO RESOURCES THAT WILL HELP YOU JOB SEARCH IN YOUR AREA. CLICK ON BLUE LINKS BELOW TO BE DIRECTED TO WEBSITES.

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  • AllJobSearch.com - Has a unique job search that enables job seekers to search a large number of job sites at once. This search also allows job seekers to narrow there search if you are searching for one particular field of work
  • America's Job Bank - offers job listings, at all levels, listed from the unemployment agencies, private employers and public corporations. Did we mention that services are offered for free.
  • Careerbuilder.com - is also a mega super site like Monster.com offering over 900,000 current job listings along with other job search tools.
  • CareerJournal - This site is sponsored by the Wall Street Journal and contains a large selection of useful job search articles, job search engines and job tools.
  • Craiglist.com -Enter you city and state and search for jobs in your area.
  • EmploymentWizard.com - provides many current job listings from hundreds of newspapers nationwide. This site provides access to job listings that is not located anywhere else on-line. Most jobs are no older than two weeks.
  • DirectEmployer.com - This megasite was created in combination with a large group of national employers. The DirectEmployer.com job search engine allows you to search by keyword, filter by date (date listing was posted), source (employer or staffing firm), location, and industry.
  • Indeed.com- Jobs posted throughout the United States and it is very easy to navigate.  Shows jobs from other websites and links you directly to outside resources home and employment pages.
  • Jobs by States-On this site you can search for jobs by clicking on the state you live in or wish to work in.
  • Jobcentral.com-This will link you directly to the Jobcentral network. Jobs, occupation information and much more. This is a must go to site.
  • Job Fairs-This site helps you find job fairs in your area. This is a great site for those who like to visit job fairs. Great on-line resources where you don't have to leave you home or computer.
  • Monster.com - One of the largest sites to post resumes and job search. On this site your information is available to a large amount of individuals so you may want to be careful.
  • TrueCareers.com - Created by Sallie Mae, a job site that offers thousands of job opening, career articles and other career resources.
  • USAJobs.gov - USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. Find government jobs from A-Z in all areas.