Where to Find Jobs

You can find jobs in many ways, networking with family, friends, co-workers and business associates.

Posted
November 4, 2020

Where to Find Jobs

You can find jobs in many ways, networking with family, friends, co-workers and business associates.

Posted
November 4, 2020

Make sure you do the following:

  • Choose companies that you believe have the jobs you are interested in and can provide the career and environment where you will be successful.
  • Go to the companies’ websites and find careers. Usually it is under About or a Careers tab.
  • There are many job boards available that advertise jobs from many different companies. When you find a job, it is better to apply on the company's website.

Texas Job Resources

http://www.twc.state.tx.us/

The Texas Workforce Commission can help job seekers find employment at a

Texas state agency and explore training opportunities.


http://workintexas.jobs/

Job board advertising employment opportunities in Texas, including state agency

jobs. Operated by the Texas Workforce Commission.


http://www.experienceworks.org

Texas-based employment support site dedicated to helping seniors find

employment.


Online Job Boards

http://www.indeed.com/

One of the biggest job board websites. Check out their helpful tutorial on getting

precise search results.


http://www.monster.com/

Another major online job board. They also have excellent resources on topics

such as preparing a resume.


http://www.careerbuilder.com/

This site has been posting jobs online for over 17 years. More than 24 million job

seekers a month visit CareerBuilder.com.


Career Research

http://www.bls.gov/ooh

The Occupational Outlook Handbook, published by the Bureau of Labor statistics, is one of the most complete career profile resources on the Internet. You can search for information about job responsibilities, salary, industry growth rates and much more for thousands of different careers.


http://www.myskillsmyfuture.org/

Sponsored by the US Department of Labor, this site lets you type in your

previous jobs, and then suggests other possible careers that use the same skills.

This is a great way to plan a long term career path.

http://occupations.careers.org/

Provides extensive occupational profiles on a number of fields, making this site a

valuable resource for researching a new career.

Networking

http://www.linkedin.com

Social networking site for business networking. With over 150 million registered users from around the world, it's a great way to meet other people who work in your field.

Learn more about NETWORKING.

Next Step: WRITE YOUR RESUME



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