First steps to find the right job search engines and meet with organizations which can help.
Online Job Sites
- AARP Job search websites and job tips for the 50+ crowd.
- Association Forum of Chicagoland Focus on the non-profit sector.
- CareerBuilder Jointly owned by newspaper companies; accepts paid postings from employers and lists want ads from more than 200 newspapers across the country. Must register to post a resume but able to view job listings and narrow to city, state.
- CareerOneStop Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor Link to career, occupation and industry information.
- Glassdoor Take advantage of Glassdoor’s free career resources; navigate user generated content, specifically salary data, interview experiences and questions, and company reviews.
- Illinois Clicks Click on “Jobs & Careers” for access to job sites, tips, career advice, support groups and counseling, and networking opportunities.
- Illinois JobLink.com Requires registration and a skills assessment prior to viewing job listings.
- Illinois Department of Employment Security Resumes and interview practice to finding jobs.
- Illinois WorkNet Illlinois WorkNet created a 3-step approach to job hunting, creating a system for finding a job.
- Indeed Gathers job listings from a variety of sources including Monster, CareerBuilder, HotJobs.
- Monster The “monster” supersite for job hunting, able to search regionally.
- USAJOBS Search for federal positions and careers in government.
Reach Out to Organizations
- Book a librarian appointment for job searching tips, company research and more.
- St. Hubert’s Accountability Groups and Workshops
- Power Employment Workshop from Illinois Worknet