Provided by the California Employment Development Department (EDD), this is the county-by-county listing of jobs database. In addition, job seekers can create and store their resume. If they find suitable openings, they can send their resume. Employers can enter job listings and browse resumes of job seekers. Free registration is required.
"Welcome to the nation's publicly-funded resource for jobseekers and businesses. Find jobs--from entry level to technical to professional to CEO. Explore alternative career paths, compare salary data for different occupations, learn which careers are hot, get resume writing tips and job interview strategies, and much more!" Includes job information for students and youth.
This link will bring you to Indeed.com's webpage with jobs specific to Glendora. This page provides residents access to the latest job market information including Job Postings, Trends, Salary Information and top hiring companies in the
Internet Career Connection
"This website is dedicated exclusively to helping you discover a career direction that best matches your personality style." Ideal for high school and college students who are looking for a career direction and adults making a mid-life career change.
Various job search related services. Many types of positions are covered including areas such as: Academics, science and engineering, federal and library jobs.
JobStar Los Angeles
Absolutely the best place to begin a job search. A library-sponsored guide to job-search resources on the Web. While the focus is on California, smart job seekers nationwide will enjoy the salary information section (with connections to over 150 salary surveys), the resume section with state-of-the-art info and Ask Electra, the Electronic Librarian. The site includes extensive listings of employer telephone hotlines, local career centers, libraries and job search events.
"LA Works is a WorkSource Center that provides a comprehensive system of training, placement and career planning services for job seekers throughout Southern California". Including: Job bank; Job seekers resources; Library materials resources; and Resume assistance.
Search for over 800,000 U.S. jobs.
Maintains a network of hundreds of stand-alone personal computers that allow job seekers to search and view current job openings and company profiles at public locations, including libraries, outplacement centers, military bases, etc.
Riley Guide: Employment Opportunities & Job Resources on the Internet
Great guide to using the Internet for this topic. Compiled and regularly updated.
Top 100 Electronic Recruiters
The 1997 Electronic Recruiting Index evaluated over 3,500 recruiting websites. These are the Top 100.
Los Angeles County Dept of Human Resources
USAJOBS - United States Office Of Personnel Management
U.S. Government's Official Web Site for Jobs & Employment Information. Provides federal job listings and other useful information about working for the Federal Government.
California Occupational Guides
This site provides "...a series of about 300 information sheets covering individual occupations or groups of related occupations. They provide statewide information about job duties, working conditions, employment outlook, wages, benefits, entrance requirements, and training." The online version of the loose-leaf service of the same name. In alphabetical order by occupation and browsable by interest area (defined).
Office of Occupational Statistics & Employment Projections
Published by the U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. This site contains information about the labor market for the Nation as a whole for the next 10 years. Also, check out the Occupational Outlook Quarterly here.
Jobs in National Parks, Monuments, Recreation & Wilderness Areas
National/State park jobs, with links to ski, cruise, and camp jobs.
Cover Letters, Resumes, and Interview Questions
Cover Letters - CareerLab.com
200 free cover letters for job hunters.
eResumes and Resume Writing Services
Susan Ireland.com The Resume Guide.