& Careers: Getting Started
The Riley Guide -- Employment
Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet
" The Grandmother of resources for job seekers..." This comprehensive
guide is the best starting place to learn about Internet job
Career Info Net
A comprehensive career information site providing wages and employment
trends, occupational requirements, and state by state labor market
conditions. It promises “the most extensive career resource
Excellent overview of the process. Practical topics include Build
a Cover Letter and Ace the Interview.
Quick and advanced job searches, post a resume, salary calculator
and relocation wizard. Many job search tips. Archived career
advice columns written by Carol Kleiman. Very practical overview
of the job search process.
An overview of the career development process. Includes self-assessment tips.
Internet Career Connection
A career guidance service that includes job hunting information,
resume-writing advice, and occupational profiles. Features the
e-Resumes USA service.
Career advice and job hunting strategies from Richard Nelson
Bolles, the best-selling author of What Color is Your Parachute.
Includes very good, in-depth reviews of other job sites. His Fairy
Godmother Reports on job listing sites, resume sites, and
doing research on the web are all excellent, if sobering, guides
to job hunting on the Internet.
Lists job-search resources and services from other sites on
the Internet, including links to classified ads, academic job
resources, companies, and recruiting agencies. Has a special section
on job postings
in science, health care, and engineering.
Advice, tips, and hundreds of links, including many individual
guides to specific careers.
Career-related news from The Wall Street Journal and
National Employment Business Weekly.
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More interesting sites you might want to try.
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