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  1. Job Hunting Sites
  • About Jobs: An online recruitment network that provides career resources and employment opportunities to high school and college students, resort and hospitality staff, expatriates and international job seekers, part-time workers, and adventure seekers.
  • Industry-recognized apprenticeship programs.
  • Allows visitors to search 1.6 million jobs postings which are updated daily. The site also includes articles on: job searches, getting hired, who's hiring, cover letters and resumes, changing jobs, and career tests. In addition, it allows job seekers to upload or paste their resume and have jobs emailed to them. Includes for freelance and contract workers.
  • is your go-to website for local job seekers. Search job boards, networking opportunities, local job and career fairs, and much more!
  • U.S. Department of Labor-sponsored website that offers career resources and workforce information to job seekers, students, businesses, and workforce professionals to foster talent development in a global economy.
  • Job search website for information technology (IT) professionals in areas such as software, high tech, security, biotech, aerospace or engineering. You can also post your resume on the website and review information on career fairs throughout the U.S.
  • The U.S. Department of labor website has links by Audience. Selecting "job seekers" brings up helpful information on job hunting. In addition to, it lists and as links. This site has answers to job related questions for both employers and employees.
  • EmploymentGuide: Job search website for full and part-time jobs and also provides additional resources including job fairs, online degree programs, career advice, and work at home jobs.
  • Search for engineering jobs by engineering discipline or location and find hundreds of thousands of engineering jobs around the world.
  • Federal Business Opportunities: Federal Business Opportunities assists small businesses seeking federal government contract work.
  • Freelancer: Freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace by number of users and projects. This virtual marketplace connects workers with companies and individuals needing their services.
  • Guru Employer: The site matches independent professionals to jobs.
  • iHispano: Connecting diverse talent with great opportunities.
  • Hound: Search for jobs that come from employers' career pages.
  • Indeed: A comprehensive, turbocharged search engine, enables job seekers to review millions of available employment postings on thousands of company and career sites and job boards. is a 2008 Best of Free Reference websites (ALA).
  • Job Hunt: Includes job listing as well as career information and job coaching. It is especially useful for entry-level job seekers.
  • Learning Express Library (TexShare Database): Provides access to over 350 practice tests including SAT, GED, ASVAB, TAKS, AP and U.S. Citizenship. It also includes practice tests for civil service and vocational career certification. Learn to create a resume and do interviews and job searching. Your Watauga Public Library card is your passport to this interactive test preparation and practice resource. to the Online Catalog, login with you Library Card, select Search, then Databases.
  • MoneyCNN: Compare cost of living between two cities.
  • Monster: Allows you to develop a resume online and make it available to employers who are looking for those skills. It also includes career advice articles on: job search basics, resume and letter writing, behavioral-based interviewing, careers at 50 or more, networking, and assessing your strengths.
  • Nation Job: Lists available jobs by field/position and/or location and/or education. You can profile and search for companies matching your criteria.
  • Overseas Jobs: Part of the network of sites. is an online recruitment network that provides career resources and employment opportunities to high school and college students, resort and hospitality staff, expatriates and international job seekers, part-time workers, and adventure seekers.
  • People Per Hour: Connects self-employed and free-lancers around the world with companies needing their skills. Compares itself to eBay for services rather than merchandise.
  • Practice Link: Job listings for physicians of all specialties, and related allied health fields all over the world.
  • Pse-net: Shows civil service jobs at all levels of government, and gives information on the requirements and application process.
  • Salary: Find out what you should be getting paid, obtain a personal salary report.
  • Small Business Administration: The Small Business Administration site, provides assistance for small and home-based businesses.
  • Simply Hired: Job search engine to help you search for jobs by keyword, category or location. It also features a few tools that provide information on trends, salaries and discussion forums.
  • Snag a job: Website for hourly and part time work.
  • Texas Municipal League: Search job opportunities through your municipality's employment opportunities. Search by location, keyword, and category.
  • Texas Workforce Commission: Provides services to employers and job seekers of Texas. Job seekers will find information about career development, job search resources, training programs, and unemployment benefits.
  • Upwork (formerly Elance and oDesk): Upwork is a global platform where businesses and independent professionals connect remotely, matches businesses with freelancers.
  • USA Jobs: Federal Government's official source for Federal jobs and employment information. The site features an extensive job bank, along with information on how federal jobs are filled, interview tips, and more.
  • Work in Texas: Created by the Texas Workforce Commission and backed by a team of employment specialists that match employers and a variety of job opportunities with employees. Job seekers may browse jobs, utilize career tools, register for free services, and receive email notifications.
  • ZipRecruiter: Any industry, any location, any experience level.
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