Job Hunting and Money Guides
Los Angeles Public Library's Job Hunting Guide
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 guide is divided into five chapters and provides valuable information about:
Part 1: Coping with Unemployment, Financial and Health Care Issues
Part 2: Where to Look for Jobs
Part 3: Exploring Career Opportunities, Education and Training
Part 4: Researching Potential Employers
Part 5: Interviewing, Resumes, Cover Letters, Exams, Dress for Success, etc.
LAPL's Financial Resource Guide
You work for your money. Learn how to make your money work for you.
Visit the Los Angeles Public Library's Financial Resource Guide for library and online resources providing information, education, and tools covering savings, credit, investments, budgeting, financial planning, and consumer protection.
LAPL's Jobs and Careers Gateway
Jobs & Careers Gateway - A gateway to links, databases, eBooks, book lists and other resources for Jobs and Careers.
Tutor.com Career Center
The Los Angeles Public Library offers free online career tutoring and resources from Tutor.com
JobsLA offers services for both job seekers and employers, including job listings, resume building, recruitment, training videos, labor market and career information, services for youth, seniors, and veterans. From the City of Los Angeles Workforce Investment Board which oversees a system of 18 WorkSource Centers for adults and 13 OneSource Centers for youth.