Employment Resources: Websites


Start your job search at CareerBuilder.com, one of the largest job search sites that also features new job listings posted daily.


Build a personal profile of your skills and experience to find high-growth and high-wage occupations.


A leading career website for technology and engineering professionals.

Green Careers Guide

Explains a multitude of career options for those interested in sustaining the environment.


Indeed.com is a search engine that allows job seekers to find openings posted on thousands of company career sites and job boards which would otherwise be difficult to find.

Interview Prep - State of California Employment Development Department

An excellent site on interviewing. Includes questions, pitfalls and thank you notes.

Jewish Vocational Services

Jewish Vocational Services provides state-of-the-art employment programs and services for all faiths throughout the metropolitan Detroit area.

Job Central

JobCentral National Labor Exchange is a service of DirectEmployers Association, a nonprofit consortium of leading U.S. corporations, in alliance with the National Association of major job boards and State Workforce Agencies (NASWA). Job seekers can find several job postings not listed on major job boards.


One-stop site for everything job related from learning the steps to take when anticipating a layoff to avoiding the most common job search mistakes.

Job Hunter's Bible

This online job search resource hosted by Dick Bolles, author of "What Color is Your Parachute," features extensive web site directories for networking, career counseling, testing, job search support and job and resume sites.


Users can search for jobs in biotechnology, pharmaceutical and the health care industry.

Michigan Job Postings

Features an unrivaled collection of job posting sites for employment opportunities throughout Michigan.

Occupational Outlook Handbook

Occupational Outlook Handbook looks at future growth in different occupations. Published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Handbook includes information on income, training, job searching and the job market by state.

The Riley Guide

The Riley Guide introduces the internet novice to job opportunities and information sources available online.

Snag A Job

This leading source for hourly and part-time job openings connects job seekers with more than 100,000 active job listings from top employers across the country.


USAJOBS is the official job site of the United States Federal Government; a one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment information.


For business related information, check here for profiles of more than 3.5 million companies. Job seekers can find helpful background material on industries, companies, employers, products, services and jobs.

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