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Career Information

    Browse job categories or search by company and industry.  Job tools included, like a free career test.
  • Career One Stop:  Career InfoNet
    Find wage and employment trends, state-by-state labor market conditions, occupational requirements and a career library at this great site.
  • Career Key
    This free service helps people make career decisions and includes a 10-minute test.
    There are over 7,500 links to colleges, libraries, state employment offices, employment firms, and jobs with major employers.
    Search for jobs by city, state, or job title.
  • Employment Guide for People with Disabilities
  • JobHuntersBible
    This site supplements Dick Bolles' book "What Color is Your Parachute?" with advice about internet searches and what to do if no job offers appear.
  • Learn More Indiana
    Its goal is to "help Hoosiers of all ages realize a better future."  It provides information about a variety of occupations, including the nature of the work and job outlook.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook
    It provides information about a variety of occupations, including the nature of the work, job outlook and related occupations.
  • Occupational Outlook Quarterly
    It provides updated, practical information on careers and jobs.
  • O*NET Online
    Its mission statement is "making occupational information interactive and accessible for all..."

National Employment Searches

  • BestJobsUSA
    Search employment ads from USA TODAY newspaper, including a free resume depository, a list of national career events, job posting, and a career store.
  • CareerOneStop
    Visitors are invited to access over 1 million jobs, post resumes, and find trade market tips.  This is a publicly-funded resource.
  • Dice Inc.
    Dice Inc. claims to be the "#1 job site for technology careers."
  • EmploymentGuide
    This highly rated site has job listings, an extensive career library, employer information, and a career fitness test.
  • JobBanks USA
    It accepts resumes in ASCII format via e-mail for distribution at no charge for six months.
    This is a good starting point for a job hunt with features like Job Search News.
  • Monster Board
    It offers an overview of employers and several interfaces for job hunting.
  • Net-Temps
    Find both temporary and full-time positions.
  • The Wall Street Journal: Careers
    This database from the Wall Street Journal features job searches and numerous articles about careers, as well as resume tips and job hunt strategies.
  • LinkedIn Jobs
    Leverage the world’s largest professional network to build relationships and connect with opportunity.

Local Employment Searches

Updated 7/13