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Economy: Job Resources

Browse this page carefully because it is filled with resources.

This page has many links from search engines to education and help resources.

 

Job Search Websites
Explore new career options based on the skills you’ve used in a past job. With mySkills myFuture you can compare careers, find training, and search for jobs. Watch the video to learn more.
For adults engaged in an active job search. Brought to you be NYS.
Job Search Engine (Some sites inside might be blocked.)
Online posting community.

Use the free services on BigAppleHelpWanted.com to find the perfect job for you!

For technical adults engaged in an active job search. Brought to you be NYS.
The Department of Labor takes seriously its responsibility to help America's workers cope with the current economic challenges. The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) offers employment-related assistance to workers impacted by layoffs to improve their re-employment prospects and prepare for job transitions.
Job listings, articles, tips, techniques and tools to help you find a job and set up a resume.
Job listings from the USA and international.
Newsday Online Newspaper Classifieds (uses Careerbuilder.com).
New York Post Online Newspaper Classifieds.
New York Times Online Newspaper Classifieds.
Automated matching and introductions site for experienced professionals. Through this system, we learn each individual's unique skills, experience and goals and then present only the jobs that are the right fit. But just making the match isn't enough. To ensure that qualified seekers and employers connect, we created the Jobfox Intro. We reach out to both parties by e-mail and even call to encourage the connection - no more missed opportunities.
Job Information
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is a nationally recognized source of career information, designed to provide valuable assistance to individuals making decisions about their future work lives. The Handbook is revised every two years.
An organization to keep abreast of what's happening nationally in the job market + links
NAGLO is a professional association consisting of the chief official in each state and territory of the United States responsible for overseeing the laws that protect and serve working men and women throughout the nation.

Geared towards employers but job seekers can learn a bit about what the laws are to have a better knowledge of the job market. Learn the newest recruitment methods, about the latest changes in labor laws, or about labor-related programs that could save you time and money.    Have an opportunity to make some changes in the way the Department of Labor does business, to get involved in job fairs, or to participate in outreach to older workers and other non- traditional labor pools.

Explore vocational and technical careers, check out the skills employers really want, find a trade school, research technical topics and take a look at the current job market.
The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations. The O*NET database houses this data and O*NET OnLine provides easy access to that information.
Salary Information Websites
JobStar's Salary Surveys provides links and descriptions of 300+ free salary surveys or summaries a mouseclick away. JobStar's Salary Surveys have been featured in: Fortune Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Glamour, Money, Good Housekeeping, PC World & U.S. News & World Reports.
Jobs For People With Disabilities
Goodwill helps people build self-confidence and gain personal and financial independence through work. Goodwill places someone in a good job every 53 seconds of every business day.
Disabled Hiring Programs / Government Jobs / Federal Jobs / Post Office Jobs / Disabled Job Opportunities.
Where people with disabilities gather, network, and find success in the workplace with enlightened employers.
The goal of ABILITY Jobs and JobAccess is to enable people with disabilities to enhance their professional lives by providing a dedicated system for finding employment. By posting job opportunities, employers not only exhibit an open door policy but also demonstrate their responsiveness to affirmative action by genuinely recruiting qualified persons with disabilities.