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									     Internet Job Search                                                                                 A Quick Guide
                                      TCC Northeast Career and Employment Services

These websites offer great job search, resume, interviewing, research and labor market information.
The Internet user is advised to use caution and common sense when utilizing Internet sites with an organization or private party. Use of these sites
or links shall be entirely at the risk of the users. Tarrant County College and Career and Employment Services expressly disclaims any and all liability
with respect thereto.


                                         QUICK SEARCH TO TEXAS JOBS AND RESOURCES

Alliance Opportunity Center http://www.alliancetexas.com/services/recruitment/tabid/84/default.aspx
Satellite work force center matching prospective employees with current job openings for 150 companies located
within the AllianceTexas development.

America’s Job Bank www.jobbankinfo.org
The website is easy to use and new jobs are added daily. Employers post job listings and search the resume database for
free. Job seekers can post resumes and search for jobs, also at no charge.

Career Voyages www.careervoyages.gov
For exploring career options - Be in demand by knowing about high growth jobs with better wages and a brighter future.

Employment Guide (Dallas/Fort Worth) www.Dallas.EmploymentGuide.com
Dallas/Fort Worth job listings, job fairs, job seekers survival guide, and more.

Jobing www.jobing.com
Dallas/Fort Worth locally-focused provider of employment resources. A unique online community that provides the
forum, resources, and technology to connect employers, job seekers, and community organizations.

Job Seeker’s Bookmarks www.mybookmarks.com/public/Job_Seeker
Contains over 4,000 of the best Dallas/Fort Worth area job search and workforce development links.

North Texas InterLink www.interlink-ntx.org
Regional nonprofit alliance providing timely, relevant information concerning the education and training needs of
employers and employees. Includes labor market information on potential growth or decline of occupations.

Texas Job Hunter’s Guide http://www.twc.state.tx.us/news/tjhg/toc.html
Comprehensive on-line guide to assist you with every phase in your job search-from budgeting to job offers.

Work In Texas www.WorkInTexas.com
Job Search using this direct link to the Texas Workforce job search resource. You can also go to the Texas Workforce
website (www.twc.state.tx.us) to search for jobs, labor market information, wages, apply for unemployment benefits,
and much, much more.

         JOB RESEARCH, RESUME, INTERVIEWING, RESEARCH, AND LABOR MARKET TRENDS

Career OneStop www.careeronestop.org
Career OneStop is for job seekers, employers, and training providers. Access the resources through the new Career
OneStop portal or visit each site individually (see below). All services are free for job seekers, service providers and
employers. Highlights of Career OneStop and links to few of the related sites are:

          America’s Career Infonet www.acinet.org
          Find wages and employment trends, occupational requirements, state by state labor market conditions, millions
          of employer contacts nationwide, and the most extensive career resource library on-line, including career videos.
          America’s Service Locator www.servicelocator.org
          This resource will help you locate public service offices where you can locate information on finding a job,
          planning your career, locating training, dealing with job loss and recruiting employees.
        Highlights of Career OneStop Links Continued:

        O*Net Center Online www.onetcenter.org
        Provides up-to-date information about salary, skills, knowledge, abilities, the content of work and the context in
        which work is done.
        Occupational Outlook Handbook Online www.bls.gov/oco
        A nationally recognized source of occupational information designed to provide valuable assistance to
        individuals making decisions about their future work lives. Explore hundreds of different types of occupations,
        training and education needed, what workers do on the job, and much more.

                    SOME BETTER-KNOWN AND FREQUENTLY VISITED JOB BOARDS

Career Builder www.careerbuilder.com
Access over 75 of the leading job sites through Mega Job Search. As with all major job search websites, you’ll find a
variety of features here.

College Journal www.collegejournal.com
Official job search and career information site of The Wall Street Journal offering free or fee based career related
services. Resources include job searches, salary information, articles on successful job hunting, plus much more.

DICE www.dice.com
High tech jobs. This large, popular site lists nationwide jobs for permanent, contract and consulting computer
professionals. This site also offers a free Web page where employers can view an HTML version of your resume created
through dice.com.

Federal Jobs- Office of Personnel Management www.usajobs.opm.gov
Find jobs with Uncle Sam apply on-line or download an application, and locate any other forms you may need.
Hint: Not all agencies and departments list their openings with OPM-many federal jobs are posted only at their websites.

Indeed www.indeed.com
This site includes job listings from major job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career pages.

Monster www.monster.com
Many job postings allow you to apply on-line. (Using your Monster on-line resume.) When you find one that interests
you, Monster.com uses a Boolean search in its Keyword Search, so be sure to read “Tips on Searching” to use this
feature effectively.

Nation Job www.nationjobs.com
Services include a network of specialty sites (promoting jobs in specific employment categories), custom jobs pages and
community pages for individual companies and communities, cross-postings to other sites on the Web, to keep you
notified by email of new openings.

Open Directory Project – Employment Section http://www.dmoz.org/Business/Employment
One of the largest directory of website links anywhere. Provides links to job search tools and employment
resources and much more. The directory is compiled and edited by a vast global community of volunteer editors.

Technical Job Search http://technicaljobsearch.com
Organizes employment resources and career tools to help you find them easier and faster.

The Riley Guide www.rileyguide.com
The Riley Guide is considered the top resource when it comes to employment opportunities and career resources on the
internet.

Yahoo! hotjobs www.hotjobs.yahoo.com
Job Search, set up an account, create a resume and get career information.

                                      Courtesy of Tarrant County College Northeast Campus
                                  Career and Employment Services, Student Center, NSTU 1625A
                                               828 Harwood Road, Hurst, TX 76054                             11/1/07

								
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