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Library Jobs
Complete coverage of library-related job postings. Jobs are listed in reverse chronological order as received. Apply directly to employers listed. Search by job title or state.

Indiana University School of Library and Information Science
Comprehensive library career site. Search jobs posted by employers by state. Post a resume or share a job success story. Other resources include interview guides, job hints and tips and links to human resources pages of corporations, academic and public libraries, school media centers and non-profits.

Association of Research Libraries Career Resources
Positions available in ARL libraries can be searched by region, state/province or job category. Entry level positions listed separately.

Library Job Postings on the Internet
Sources of potential job openings are listed regionally or by type of library. Compiled by Sarah Johnson, Booth Library, Eastern Illinois University.

Massachusetts Library and Information Network. Library Position Vacancies
Lists of vacant professional library and information science as well as support positions available in Massachusetts.

Library Journal Classifieds
Ads are updated daily. Library and publishing jobs.

Minnesota Job Pathfinder
Professional library and information jobs available in Minnesota. All categories of libraries.

Vacancy announcements for art librarians.

Jobs in Library and Information Technology
Job vacancies by region in U.S. and outside the U.S.

An employment service list for library professionals from the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions. Subscribe to the Internet mailing list and receive posted job opportunities.

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