Career Exploration and Job Searching Links
Valuable recent general labor market information and occupation research to improve work conditions, and advancing opportunities for profitable employment. Also access information on job duties, wages, required training, job openings, information about potential employers, unions, professional associations, and sources for continuing education. Reach many employers in a wider geographical area without the inconvenience or expense of a traditional job search.
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Arizona One-Stop Home Page - loaded with links.
Bizjournals.com - home of 41 business journals including "Demographics Weekly".
California Business Leadership Network - The CABLN is an active alliance of California companies who are collaborating to improve employment for people with disabilities.
California Coast Help Wanted - Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties.
California Employment Development Department - CalJobs can be found at this site.
California Employment Development Department Labor Market Information Service - Labor Market Information.
California Institute Data Page - view information (wage and employment) from a database selected based on data category, geographic region, and time period.
California Job Search Guide - Also known as JobStar California.
California State Personnel Board - Jobs with the State of California.
CareerBuilder.com - Build your career.
Department of Industrial Relations - established to improve working conditions for California's wage earners, and to advance opportunities for profitable employment in California. Labor Statistics, Labor Law, Apprenticeships, and Worker's Compensation.
disABLEDperson.com - recruitABILITY
Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Network - It includes links to some really good resources on the Internet and is ideally suited for small and/or home-based businesses, those considering entrepreneurship and especially persons with disabilities involved in or interested in entrepreneurship.
Hire Potential - Site for underrepresented workers.
Internships - a beginners guide.
InternshipPrograms.com - the largest internship community on the Internet. The site has three separate areas, for students, for employers and for career centers.
Job Hunter's Bible - Dick Bolles's website, the author of "What Color is Your Parachute?". Highlights: advice to career changers and how to post a resume on the internet.
National AgrAbility Project - Was created to assist people with disabilities employed in agriculture.
O*NET online - Making occupational information interactive and accessible for all... replaces the Dictionary of Occupational Titles (DOT). DOT is also available at this site.
Oregon Employment Department - Includes Skills Explorer, and Transferable Skills information.
Paralegals.org - To help decide whether the paralegal profession is a good career move, you first need to know what a paralegal is and information on salaries and benefits.
Saludos.com - Hispanic Internet job search site in English.
The Riley Guide - employment opportunities and career resources on the Internet. Everything is here including captioned videos on different careers.