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Jobs, Career, & Resume Builders

  • Jobs, Career, & Resume Builders
    • California Job Search Sites
      • Career planning website with tools to help map your future, whether looking ahead to college, apprenticeship, the military or other options. Also contains resources for counselors, parents, and teachers. Sponsored by the California Department of Education. 

      • Administers the Job Services, Employment & Training Services, Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, Work Force Investment Act & Welfare-to-Work programs.

      • CalJOBS is a new enhanced online resource to navigate California's workforce services and provide employment and labor market information for the state.  Users can search for jobs, build résumés, access career resources, find qualified candidates for employment, and gather information on education and training programs.

      • Digital literacy skills for California job seekers features ResumeBuilder, One Stop Job Shop, and Social Network. The self-paced platform teaches basic computer and Internet skills with lessons on how to use a web browser, search engine, set up an e-mail account, write a resume, and use job search engines.

      • Postings for jobs in California. Has several regional subcategories, including Los Angeles and the Bay Area.
    • Career Information
      • Considering a career as a teacher? Administered by the California State University System, this site provides information to help you to decide if it is right for you and how to become a California teacher.
      • Explore careers, salary + benefits, education + training, job search, resumes + interviews, people + places to help. Sponsored by U.S. Department of Labor. Includes access to a new online tool for job seekers, mySkills-myFuture.
      • Provides Job Seeker's Guide, an organized approach to manage your career, with resources, assessment tools, and tips for landing a job. Asks for zip code and e-mail address to begin.
      • Career needs of minorities (African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic-American, Native-American, women) and minorities globally are covered. Information includes career planning, resumes, and job searching advice for potential employees and their employers.
      • Detailed occupation information. List your skills to find possible career paths or alternative career paths.
      • Outlook for specific occupations including information on training and education, earnings, expected job prospects, working conditions and job search tips.
      • Resource for using the Internet to find a job and how to prepare and organize the information. The database contains employment opportunities, job resources, career fields, salary surveys, resumes and links.
      • Resource for potential teachers and students researching the state requirements for teaching certification.

    • Career Test Preparation Sites
    • Los Angeles Area Search Sites
    • Nationwide Job Search Sites
      • A centralized listing of employment opportunities from around the country. Job openings from more than 130 newspapers nationwide are listed.
      • Job metasearch site encompasses over 50 countries, featuring separate interfaces that are translated into 20 languages.
      • Search engine for jobs, able to find jobs posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards. Save your searches in my.indeed and create job alerts to be emailed to you.
      • Job search engine. Create a free account to be able to save information and receive email alerts.
      • Locate federal jobs by category and region. You can even apply online.

    • Resume Builders
      • List of free resume builders
      • Found within the Testing and Education Reference Center database.  Select Career Tools in the top navigation bar and then Build a Resume from the dropdown.  May require a valid library card number to access.

      • Free resume builder. Register to be able to store and email resumes.
      • Includes resume builders.

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