Career Development

Career development resources for aspiring professionals.

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Career change guides, tutorials and resources for professionals in transition.

Job Search Resources

Job search resources, websites, guides and directories for job seekers.

Top Job Search Websites

The following job websites are the largest and most popular websites on the world wide web. They offer thousands of job listings and resumes that are seen by employers world wide. While most services offered by these sites are free to job seekers some of the services they offer may not be. These top job search websites are very comprehensive in nature as a job seeker it is easy to get lost in the crowd.

For location specific job search resources we recommend visiting state and industry specific job sites where you will find less competition for job openings and more resource to help you find a job in a specific region.

Top Job Search Megasites

  • Monster.com – is by far the industry leader in the realm of job searching. Notwithstanding, we highly suggest being very careful with putting your information out there for everyone to see.
  • Careerbuilder.com – is also a mega supersite like Monster.com offering over 900,000 current job listings. Careerbuilder.com also offers a number of job search tools and career resources.

Other Job Search Megasites

  • America’s Job Bank – offers millions job listings, at all levels, listed from the unemployement agencies, private employers and public corporations. The services offered on this site are free for both job seekers and employers. You’ll find job search, resume posting, job search scouts and other career search tools.
  • CareerJournal – sponsored by the Wall Street Journal and contains a large selection of useful job search articles, job search engine and job tools.
  • 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.
  • USAJobs.gov – USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government. It’s your one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.
  • TrueCareers.com – created by Sallie Mae, is a job site that offers thousands of job opening, career articles and other career resources. TrueCareers also provides users with a sweepstakes where you can win thousands in cash or student loan payments. The TrueCareers website allows job seekers to search jobs by keyword and location, or use the Advanced Search that lets you get more specific. Job posting and resume submition services are also available.
  • AllJobSearch.com – provides 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 using advanced search criteria. In addition to traditional job sites like Monster.com AllJobSearch.com also pulls in results from newspaper classifieds and Internet newsgroups.
  • EmploymentWizard.com – provides many current (newer than 2 weeks) job listings from hundreds of newspapers nationwide. This site provides access to job listings that can’t be found anywhere else online.