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Information available on careers by industry, including the nature of the industry, working conditions, employment, occupations in the industry, earnings and benefits, and more.
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The official site for the book What Color is Your Parachute?
Provides a comprehensive and manageable index of job hunting resources on the Internet, including resume and cover letter databases.
Take advantage of social networking tools such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube.
Sample resumes and cover letters, articles, and more.
Resume and cover letter templates.
Free salary information for thousands of jobs and locations. Search for new jobs, find education opportunities, and get advice to help advance your career.
SalaryExpert provides reporting on salaries, total compensation and cost of living by city and state using its salary surveys. Career tools help people make informed decisions when planning careers and searching for jobs.
Career exploration, educational training, resumes and interviews, job search, and other services.
Register and complete a skills assessment to match your job requirements and skills to job openings in Illinois.
The Occupational Information Network, contains comprehensive job descriptions; required knowledge, skills, and abilities; work activities and content; wages and employment; and more.
Firsthand accounts from successful individuals in a variety of careers.
The State of Illinois’s web-based electronic hiring system.
Official job website for the U.S. Federal government.
A vast online network to help job seekers connect with employers.
A national employment database for recent college graduates.
Provides access to workforce development resources from setting goals, preparing for interviews, and finding a job.
Compiles job listings from thousands of sites, including major job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career pages.
A global online employment website.
Links to the employment or career pages of company websites.
From participating newspapers, trade associations, media companies, job boards, and many Fortune 500 companies. Advanced job search option available.
Available careers by industry, including the nature of the industry, working conditions, employment, occupations in the industry, earnings and benefits, and more.
A nonprofit job board, searchable by regions.
Lists jobs available in the nonprofit sector, such as trade associations, professional societies, and charitable organizations.
Match your skills to local volunteer opportunities.
Temporary, part time, hourly, contract, and project jobs.
National parks, resorts, cruises, camps, ski resorts, ranch jobs, and volunteering.
Seasonal positions with camps, amusement parks, resorts, national parks, hotels, and environmental organizations.
Check your college alumni association/career center and professional/industry job boards. Browse websites for specific colleges, community colleges (Harper College and Oakton Community College), park districts, school districts, and specific companies.
• Free Internet access
• Computers with word processing software to assist with writing and printing resumes/cover letters
• Classes and workshops on using the Internet as a powerful job search tool
• Tutorials to explore the latest software packages
• Books and materials on careers, employment, vocational education, and businesses
• Books on resume writing, interviewing, job search strategies, and small business management
• Directories for companies, consultants, non-profit organizations, associations, executive recruiters, advertising agencies, and more
• College guides and financial aid resources
• Test preparation books and audiovisual materials available for checkout