JOB SEARCH WEBSITES FROM LAKE FOREST LIBRARY
America’s Job Bank
Links to over 1,800 state employment service offices, with information on over 250,000 jobs.
Resume postings, salary surveys, trade show listings, corporate profiles with job openings.
Wall Street Journal’s career site for executives, managers and professionals.
Find jobs and get advice on resumes, starting your own business, continuing education, and working from home.
Career Resource Center
Career Resource Center established over 19 years ago, is a regional career transition center that provides professional assistance to adults seeking employment. Our team of professionals energize and empower job seekers by offering education, training, and mentoring. CRC’s comprehensive re-employment services focus on helping candidates optimize their search efforts and maximize their results.
Good site for new job seekers. This site is an aggregate of information from O*NET and the megajob search engine SimplyHired, with job search tips and videos of mock interviews.
Over 3,000,000 jobs are posted from 40,000 employers.
Workforce Professional Development Resources
Illinois Dept of Employment Security
Listings of Job fairs and workshops by the Illinois Dept. of Employment Security.
Find Chicago jobs, career fairs, high-tech employers and links to companies in the Chicago area.
Sponsored by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, this site contains sample resumes, interviewing tips, and informative articles about job searching.
Devoted to college students and graduates, this partner to the popular Monster.com job board features job search advice and internship tips, as well as entry-level job postings.
OWL-Online Writing Lab, Purdue University
Help on writing resumes, cover letters, offer acceptance and refusal letters,personal statements, references, and post-interview letters.
This major job search website contains articles and a directory of helpful sites aimed at college students and recent college graduates.
The Resume Place
Free articles and advice on preparing resumes, especially for federal job applicants