Career Magazine: has job listings, employer profiles, resumes, news and articles, college resources, and the capability to share ideas and leads in the Career Forum. Jobs posted are mainly in professional/technical fields. Resume posting capabilities are available for a fee.
Career Path: has a search engine that enables you to search the want ads by newspaper and job categories.
Career Resource Center: has a geographical search index that takes you to sites that might have job listings. These sites include university career services offices, the classifieds section of newspapers, etc.
CareerRookie: Job search web site for internships and entry level jobs
Career Web: allows you to register with them and post your resume. It also has a search engine that allows you to look up jobs in several professional areas. They also offer help in job search readiness and career training.
CareersOnline.com: Offers bilingual career aptitude testing, career design seminars, job search counseling, resume, preparation and career counseling.
Careers.org: Since 1995, a directory of over 10,000 links to jobs, job search preparation, education, personal business and more, sorted by topic and region, onto more than 1000 pages.
CasinoCareers.com: online job board that has career opportunities at all levels, in all departments within a casino. You can find exciting jobs in Accounting, Finance, Internal Audit, Food and Beverage, Engineering, Facilities, Maintenance, Hospitality, Housekeeping, Front Office, Guest Services, Bell Services, Information Technology, Security, Surveillance, Human Resources, Sales and Marketing, Entertainment, Transportation, Slot Technology, Table Games and many others.
ChurchWorks: tools for ministry. Web site that assist the job seeker who want a job working for a church.
CollegeRecruiter.com: Has a wealth of information for students and graduates, including tens of thousands of job posting (help wanted) ads, a resume bank that is used extensively by hundreds of employers, a job search agent feature that will help you find a new job while you sleep, about 500 career-related articles, well over 100 questions answered by our Ask the Experts panelists, and a crack team of writers who can create
E-Span Job Database Search: offers free registration for prospective candidates. E-Span then e-mails information on appropriate job openings to the client. They have a search engine but the jobs posted are mostly for technical positions.
Heart Career Connections: site allows you to search for jobs and offers free direct connection between candidate and employer. Most of the jobs posted are technical positions. Pretty easy to navigate and very comprehensive.
JobBankUSA.com: Specializes in providing employment networks and information services to job-seekers, employers and recruitment firms.
JobHunt: This site has an interface that allows you access to several job search engines including Career Magazine, Career Mosaic, Online Career Center, etc. It also has links to other online job listings and job resources. Very comprehensive.
JobsandMoms.com: Web site for working mothers to find career information and flexible jobs
JobsMart.org: Contains great information to teach you how to each step in a job search.
JobNet: connects together many of the disparate job-related resources on the Net throughout the U.S, including gopher sites, usenet newsgroups, and various listserves and BBS's.
JobSearchPage.com Includes jobs form other job sites, staffing agencies, newspaper sites and more.
JobSmart: has links to resume builders, job search engines, and other job search-related information.
JobSquare: Start here and let employers and recruiters know that you are available. We have worldwide positions available.....or positions near your backdoor. We will notify you via email with job postings daily. The best part...It's FREE!
JuJu: Job search engine provides quick access to jobs found on thousands of employer websites and job boards all around the web and offers features that will help you find the jobs you're looking for more efficiently
Monster Board Career Site: has a very easy to use and comprehensive search engine. It includes a resume builder and gives the candidate the option to apply for the job online and submit a resume. Any type of job can be searched, but professional and technical jobs seem to be the most common.
MonsterCollege: In partnership with Career & Counseling Services, MonsterTRAK provides full-time, part-time, temporary and internship opportunities targeted by employers to WTAMU students and alumni.
My Job Search: Comprehensive job search site that organizes the entire online employment sphere for the convenience of job seekers. Lists top career sites, Fortune 500 jobs, newspaper classifieds, search engines, a resume database and more.
NY State Department of Labor: is managed by the Department of Labor and has a search engine that allows you to search for jobs etc. by state and by keywords.
OneDayOneInternship.com- One Day, One Internship is the insider's guide to unique and exciting internship opportunities for college students. Immerse yourself in our employer profiles and discover how you can become a smarter internship searcher.
Peace Corps: A United States Government international development agency that sends citizens to developing countries to work on grass-roots projects in agriculture, business, education, environment and health.
The Job Resource: One of the top online recruiting sites on the web today. Targets current college students, recent grads, and recent alumni. Mission is to match employers with the most qualified college graduates and to help students obtain job interviews, full time jobs, and internships.
Top Jobs: TopJobs focuses only on information about Professional, Managerial or Technical Specialist job opportunities.
WomensJobList.com: job search and resume promotion service for women with jobs and resumes from around the globe
WorkInTexas.com: Web site sponsored by the state of Texas. Contains many valuable resources.