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Job Hunting and Career Guide

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This guide lists more than 200 employment-related Web sites and resources, offers referrals to assistance available in-person and by telephone, and highlights selected online and print resources available from the library. The guide is designed for first-time job seekers, the unemployed, job seekers making career transitions, and employers with job opportunities.

The Job Hunting and Career Guide is divided in the following sections:

Job Seekers Events

Library events to help you explore careers, build your skills, find your next job.

Coping

Coping with unemployment, financial and health care issues while out of work or seeking a better job.

Job Search

Where to look for jobs: international, national, regional, local, and specialized resources.

Careers, Education, Training

Exploring career opportunities and the education and training to prepare and improve

Research Employers

Find potential employers that may be hiring in your field and find information to prepare for job interviews and make your job decisions.

Résumés, Interviews, etc.

Writing résumés and cover letters, preparing for interviews and exams, dressing for success.

Not sure where to find what you are looking for? Try searching here.

Central Library: Job and Career Center

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Ribbon Cutting: July 10, 2015

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