Looking for a job or a new career? These resources can help you find your dream job and help you get it!
Last Updated: Nov 12, 2013
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Whenever you're looking for a new job, the resources at your library can help ease some of that job-hunting frustration. Library resources can help you
- fine-tune your interview skills
- update your resume
- locate potential employers
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Legally green careers in environmental law
Call Number: KF299.E6 D69 2012
Presents information on how to pursue employment in environmental protection, discussing employers, working conditions, workplaces, and training.
- Different ways to find businesses/industry
Video on how to find specific businesses and industries using Quick Search, Custom Search and Mapping functionality within ReferenceUSA.
- Find the Right Person: Part 1
Use ReferenceUSA to find the people that can open doors, introduce you to hiring managers and guide you through the process when looking at potential employers.
- Find the Right Person: Part 2
Use ReferenceUSA as part of your Career Searching Strategy - in this video learn how to search for people by their job title - three searches incorporate simple search criteria - Geography (where do you want to work) Business Type (what kind of business/industry do you want to work in) and Executive Title (what is the job title of the person I want to connect with at these companies).
- Job Postings with Indeed.com
Indeed.com is the world’s busiest aggregator of job postings
- Job Search Strategies
Use these strategies in ReferenceUSA in a job search ... search multiple companies, search by industry segments, find people by title and see it all on a map!
- Keep Your Information Up To Date
Use ReferenceUSA to keep you personal work history up to date and accurate. Useful for completing applications and resumes.
- Print a List of Businesses
Once you find businesses you want to contact, this will show you how to print a list for your own use.
Working for America.
- Workforce Connections
Career and Technical Training List
- Applying for a Nevada State Job
This course explains how to apply for a position with the State of Nevada.
CareerBuilder has the largest online job site in the U.S., but we're more than just a job board. We are a global leader in human capital solutions. Through constant innovation, unparalleled technology, and customer care delivered at every touch point, CareerBuilder helps match the right talent with the right opportunity more often than any other site.
- Dress to Impress: A Guide
Use your appearance as a professional tool in an interview and the workplace
Glassdoor is your free inside look at interview questions and reviews for any company or job. All interview questions and reviews posted anonymously by employees and interview candidates.
Post your resume - It only takes a few seconds. New jobs in the last 7 days. Search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.
- Job Central
U.S. Jobs by the National Labor Exchange
Monster.com, the premier global online employment solution for people seeking jobs and the employers who need great people. We've been doing this for over ten years, and have expanded from our roots as a "job board" to a global provider of a full array of job seeking, career management, recruitment and talent management products and services.
- United States Department of Labor
Employment and Training Administration (ETA) programs, resources and online tools help workers in all stages of the job and career development.
eVerify provides Self Check which is a free online service that allows you to confirm your U.S. employment eligibility. Employers will use this when you apply for a job. By you checking the information they are going to see, you can correct misinformation before you apply. Learn more about this free service - SelfCheck brochure SG4 1-Final