MAJOR JOB SEARCH ENGINES
  • O*Net
    Occupational Information Network (O*NET) is the primary source of occupational information for the United States. O*NET, sponsored by the Employment and Training Administration of the United States Department of Labor. 
  • Glassdoor: https://www.glassdoor.com/index.html  On this website, you can search by job or company and find openings anywhere in the world. They also have a lot of information on salaries and interview feedback from people who previously interviewed for the position you may be looking at. 
  • www.jobcase.com

    Jobcase.com is a career social media platform on a mission to empower America’s blue-collar workforce. Our website has job resources, local jobs listings, and improved access to employers, enabling individuals to improve their careers and lives.

  • CareerBuilder: Search employment opportunities by industry, field and job type.
  • http://www.job-applications.com/    provides printable job applications that allow users to apply directly to employers. We provide hundreds of printable and online applications for financial institutions, airlines, retail and department stores, pharmacies, grocery stores, and companies in many different industries.
  • Pintable Job Applications http://www.printablejobapplications.com/
  • Indeed.com: Search multiple job sites by keyword or location.
  • Job Fox: Create your profile and see jobs matched to you.
  • Jobhero.com
  • Linkup Job Search Engine Search job opeings from thousands of complany webistes.
  • Monster.com: Find jobs in both local and global markets.
  • NationJob: Search jobs by community, industry, or employer.
  • Oodle.com: Search job postings by area.
  • Simply Hired: Search for jobs by keyword, industry, or location. Find tools you can use to make your job search easier.
  • Yahoo! HotJobs: Find a job, post your resume, research at featured companies, compare salaries and get career advice. Thousands of jobs listed daily.
  • Craigslist for jobs in Jonesboro area
 
RESUMES, COVER LETTERS, INTERVIEWS, EXAMS
  • Dress for Success: Advices on what to dress in job hunting.
  • Dress to Impress: Guidelines for women and men’s interview attire, dress examples with comments.
  • Cover Letter Library: Free cover letters for job hunters and career changers.
  • EResumes: Find resume and cover letter templates, samples, and tips.
  • http://www.hloom.com/download-professional-resume-templates/  Resume 
    tips and free professional resume templates you can personalize. 
  • Learning Express Library: an online collection of practice tests and study aides on a variety of topics such as ASVAB, Health Care, Civil Service, GED, GMAT, GRE, Real Estate, SAT, TOEFL, U.S. Citizenship. Resume tutorials and templates are also available (Library card is required).
  • Resume GuideGet resume advices and samples from Susan Ireland, the author of the book Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Perfect Resume.
  • https://www.gotresumebuilder.com/  GotResumeBuilder.com allows user to create resume online by filling out a few short forms, design the layout with a few clicks for template and font, and download a neatly formatted resume.
    GotResumeBuilder.com also provides sample resumes, how-to tutorial, and context-sensitive resume writing tips to assist users in writing their resume.