Welcome to the Job Site
Not sure how to look for a job online? Learn all of the steps and strategies here. Plan your search, locate jobs, write an outstanding resume, and ace the interview. These sites link you to the resources you need.
- Career One Stop: Tools to help job seekers, students, businesses and career professionals, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Job Hunt: Links to websites for careers, job hunting, and finding work.
- Quintessential Careers: Expert career, college, and job-search advice.
- Riley Guide: Employment opportunities and job resources on the internet
Supersites and Search Engines
Millions of jobs! Search the web locally or nationwide for jobs in your field. Customize your search to find the perfect job for you.
- Career Builder: Opportunities in every industry, field, and job type.
- Indeed: A search engine for jobs. Access to millions of employment opportunities from thousands of websites.
- Simply Hired: Your job search made simple.
Preparation and Assessment
Use these tools to match your interests to an occupation, gather data for your job search, and ensure that your skills stay current.
- Learning Express Library: Practice tests, skill building courses, and information you need.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: Online version of a nationally recognized source of career information.
- Ohio Career Information System (OCIS): Career exploration, planning, and decision making database from the Ohio Department of Education.
Local Services and Listings
Sites that focus on Ohio and Franklin County
- Columbus Jobs: Find the best local jobs, or expand the search nationwide
- Find Help in Tough Times: From the State Library of Ohio
- Ohio Hiring Management System: Work for the State of Ohio.
- Ohio Jobs: Local employment website for job seekers and employers.
- Ohio Means Jobs: Official state website fro Ohio job opportunities
Unemployment Assistance Programs
Jobs @ SPL