Megasites for Job Hunting
Megasites attempt to compile all of the best sites in a subject area. Please use these employment megasites to access the majority of the career sites and job listings on the Internet. Two of the sites on this list are highlighted (The Riley Guide and WNJPIN) because they are two of the best megasites for your employment search, but all of the megasites include helpful information. Be aware that career sites will be duplicated within the megasites. Consider the source of a site since the source may determine the focus of the information. Sites created at colleges or universities may be directed toward the needs of students, but may also have helpful information for any job searcher.
This site from the National Association of Colleges and Employers is a springboard to career- and job-related sites that career services professionals from around the world have found helpful in working with college students and alumni. It includes: job listings, job search and industry information, professional associations, career assessment tools, career choice information, and more.
This site from the U.S. Department of Labor was created for the general public-to provide broad access to the O*NET database of occupational information on over 950 occupations. The O*NET database includes information on skills, abilities, knowledges, work activities, and interests associated with occupations. This information can be used to facilitate career exploration, vocational counseling, and a variety of human resources functions, such as developing job orders and position descriptions and aligning training with current workplace needs. Each occupational title and code is based on the most current version (1999) of the Standard Occupational Classification system and the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT).
"This site is designed to provide as much information and resources as possible about jobs and careers for every kind of job seeker." Includes resume, cover letter resources, and interviewing resources. Jobs can be searched by industry, location and specialty group (women, minorities, college students, teenagers, volunteers, and nonprofits).
The Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities and Job Resources on the Internet
This site, created by a librarian, has been named the best guide to job-hunting sites on the Internet by both Yahoo! Internet Life magazine and by Richard Bolles, author of What Color is Your Parachute?
What Color is Your Parachute?: Job Hunting Online
This Net Guide by Dick Bolles is designed to be a companion to his book What Color Is Your Parachute? which is possibly the best-selling job-hunting book in the world. You will find up-to-date information about which Internet sites are most helpful with links to those sites. The Guide is presented as a free service to job-hunters and career-changers everywhere.
WNJPIN (Workforce New Jersey Personnel Information Network)
This is a wonderful site containing lots of information and jobs all over the country. WNJPIN is sponsored through a U.S. Department of Labor One-Stop Career Center grant. "The purpose of the Workforce New Jersey Public Information Network is to enable workers, students, and those seeking employment, as well as the employer community, to access a rich variety of information including: education, employment opportunities, training opportunities, labor market information, job search tools, and social services." Includes links for job listings, job fairs, career descriptions, unemployment information, occupational licensing, college and graduate school information, and job search tools. Job searchers can post a resume and employers can read resumes. The job listings page includes sites for New Jersey jobs and specialized sites for specific occupations. You will also find the major job search tools on the Internet, sites for searching classified ads, and federal employment sites.
Search by location, company, job title, or keyword or browse by location. Also includes Resume Post. The Yahoo Careers page includes links for specific jobs sites and search firms, Job Fairs and Seasonal and Summer Employment.
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The New Jersey/Pennsylvania/Delaware Job Hunt
Delaware Employment Opportunities (from the State of Delaware)
Search for Delaware state government jobs.
Guide to Labor Demand Occupations (NJ)
Indeed.com includes all the job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations and company career pages. Search by keyword and location in a Google-like search.
Job Hunter (from Philadelphia Newspapers)
Search jobs from the Inquirer, Daily News, and PhillyTech or post your resume. Includes cost of living calculator, career resource center, job fairs, and more.
Job Listings on the Internet (from Workforce New Jersey)
This site includes New Jersey jobs and specialized sites for specific occupations. You will also find the major job search tools on the Internet, sites for searching classified ads, and federal employment sites.
New Jersey Labor Market Information (and assorted statistics)
There is a great deal of statistical information at this site, with a focus on economic and employment data. You will find wage surveys, employment and labor force forecasts, economic indicators, labor market reviews, demographic data, occupational safety information, employer listings, income and poverty data, and more.
"This site features free career advice provided by New Jersey based executive recruiters and personnel staffing experts." It includes a job bank menu, a resume bank menu, career advice, career fairs, and a link to .
Pennsylvania Employment Opportunities (from the State of Pennsylvania)
This site includes the Pennsylvania Job Center, information about civil service jobs, and job openings in specific state departments. The Team PA CareerLink is "Pennsylvania's one-stop on-line resource for job seeker services, employer services, social services and training".
New Jersey Unemployment Insurance Claim
The New Jersey Department of Labor has created this web site which enables New Jersey workers to file a new claim for Unemployment Insurance Benefits or reopen an existing Unemployment Insurance Claim over the Internet.