Online Resources for finding a Job

Monster -

Hotjobs -

Jobdoggy -

Boston Globe –

Boston Herald –

Massachusetts State Job listings -

Federal job listings –

South of Boston (Patriot Ledger & Enterprise) -

Mass CIS -
This is great comprehensive website for career planning. The site includes career profiles, interest inventories and tips and strategies for finding (and keeping) a job.

Snag a Job -
Look for a part-time job by tying in your zip code and how far you’re willing to drive.

America's Career Info Net -
Find out about the general job market, wages and trends, skills and abilities required from specific occupations, and career information unique for your state.

Quintessential Careers -
Provides helpful job-seeking hints for teen job-seekers and links to additional sites.

Bureau of Labor Statistic -
Data from the Department of Labor about the economy, including projections and regional information. Helpful for high school students researching majors and careers.

Career Builder-
Ever-changing, all encompassing site has employment tips, links to other career oriented web sites, ask the experts, and career news from the USA Today.

Career Onestop -
A great source for employment information and inspiration; sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor

Career Toolkits -
Comprehensive site has information about careers grouped by industry and links to schools that provide training for those careers. Site also includes advice for writing resumes and interviewing techniques.

What Color is My Parachute -
The site has links to take an interest inventory, create a resume, find out about salaries and look for jobs.