America's Career InfoNet
General information about jobs, licensing, trends. Funded through the U.S. Dept.
of Labor. Highly recommended.
Find information about hundreds of careers including education requirements, job descriptions, salary info, and future career paths.
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Includes information about all sorts of jobs and where those
jobs are available in the United States.
Search for jobs, get job recommendations and alerts, post
resumes. Also has career advice, a job seeker toolkit and
a salary calculator.
Guides to Industries
Find out about occupations within an industry, training and
advancement, earnings, expected job prospects and working
Produced by the Wall Street Journal. Includes news, training
information, a searchable database of jobs and information
of Occupational Title Index
An alphabetical index to the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT) revised
fourth edition, as supplied electronically by the US Dept. of Labor.
Offers users a quick and easy resume building experience. Users simply fill in the forms and format their resume in two to three clicks by choosing a template and selecting their formatting options. Upon completion, users can download a neatly formatted resume in a variety of styles and formats. In addition to the resume building tool, GotResumeBuilder.com also features a resume tutorial, resume samples, and context-sensitive resume writing tips.
How to Build a Resume Videos
Learn how to write a resume or cover letter, how to list your accomplishments, optional sections to include, how to get your resume noticed and get tips for submitting your resume.
Job Interviewing Videos
Get information on job interview questions, how to dress for an interview, second interviews, following up after an interview, team interviews and more.
Job Networking Videos
Learn about the importance of job networking, how to find contacts and make networking work for you.
The official site created and maintained by the author or What
color is my parachute? Provides great job hunting advice.
The Job Search and Workplace Skills section includes information on creating resumes and cover letters, job search and networking skills and interviewing techniques. Remote access is available by using the barcode from your library card as your Username and making up your own Password.
Provides career information, including "what workers do
on the job, working conditions, the training and education
needed, earnings, and expected job prospects." Published
and revised every two years by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Researching Careers Videos
Learn about informational interviews, how to research a job market and more.
Contains information for job seeking veterans, veterans currently employed by the Federal Government, and Federal human resources specialists.