Career Bliss – search for jobs, research salaries, and read company reviews.
Career Jet – has job listings originating from job boards, recruitment agency websites, and large specialist recruitment sites in one database.
Career OneStop – sponsored bythe U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.
CoverLetters.com – by Bill Frank, author of 200 Letters for Job Hunters.
The Riley Guide – this site has provided free career and employment information since 1994. Provides links to many job sites and other job-seeking information.
O*Net Online – created for the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration. Links to America’s Job Bank and other sites.
Occupational Outlook Handbook – from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this site provides information on hundreds of different types of jobs, including education and training, what workers do on the job, earnings, working conditions, and future outlook for that type of work.
What Do You Like? – from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this site is similar to the Occupational Outlook Handbook but is geared towards high school students.
Green Careers Guide – provides descriptions of all types of green careers, including education and training, expected wages, and future outlook for the field. The site also has articles and other resources on green careers.
Employment and Training Resources – Many links to great sites
Career Path – career tests, advice, and resources.
Job Monkey – unique opportunities to travel the world, have fun, and earn money too!
Escape Artist – overseas employment and opportunities
Monster.com – global online employment site for people seeking jobs and employers who need great people. Provides a full array of job seeking, career management, and recruitment products and services.
Indeed.com – contains job listings from thousands of websites, including job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career pages. Job seekers do not apply for jobs through Indeed; they simply see job postings. Applicants can then decide which jobs are of interest and then go to the corresponding sites to apply.
Simply Hired – job search engine that pulls listings from thousands of sites across the Web including the leading job boards, company career sites, newspapers, non-profits, government sites, and more. Simply Hired allows job seekers to search all of the jobs on the Web in one place for free.
Career Builder – besides containing job listings, this site also includes advice and tips on improving one’s prospects of getting a job.
Local Jobs on Craigslist:
New England Employer – job openings in the six New England states