KML's Virtual Career & Job Center
State and Local Resources
- Employment Guide - your guide to job fairs and employment opportunities in the greater Omaha metropolitan area
- NEWorks from the Department of Labor - provides job searches, resume services and assistance to job seekers and employers.
- Neuvoo - a job search engine that indexes jobs directly from the companies' career websites, placement and job boards. The list is constantly updated and growing. Job seekers can search sing city, state, company or industry to find all relevant jobs.
- Career Thoughts is focused on providing entry-level career advice to teens and students as they make the transition from school to the working world.
- CareerBuilder - search a worldwide database of job listings, create / upload and post your resume online
- Indeed - search job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.
- Jobs for Change - seeks to spark a nationwide movement toward careers in the nonprofit, government, and social enterprise sectors.
- Monster - national, regional, and local job searches available; create a profile, create your resume, update it online and deliver to multiple employers at once. Sponsors of the "Keep America Working Tour" (tentatively rolling into Omaha later this year)
- MonsterCollege - the top job network for college students and recent grads.
- The NebraskAccess Jobs and Careers page has links to even more career- and job-related sites
- CareerMag - a community providing resources to advance your career along with a variety of career resources to foster professional growth.
- JobHuntersBible - Official site for the book What Color Is Your Parachute?, this site has sections for research on the internet, contacts and networking, career counseling, job hunting, and resume help.
Other Business Related Articles
- Career Planning on About.com - links to articles on topics on coping with job loss, career change or advancement and much more
- Dress Codes - links to several sample dress code policies to explain the dreaded "Business Casual" versus Professional dress codes
- Keys to Success at Work by Susan M. Heathfield (About.com)
News Articles about Libraries & Job Hunting
New York Times: It Has Computers, Gives Advice, and Is Free By Joshua Brustein
Published: March 25, 2009