CalJobs: California Job Openings Browse System (CalJobs). The EDD Job Service serves the job finding needs of California's mobile work force. Job seekers enter their skills and experience into the CalJOBS resume database to provide employers with a pool of qualified applicants from which to choose. A Veteran can also use CalJOBS to search the job listing database. CalJOBS is available anywhere there is Internet access. This site is the primary job search site for California and has tons of JOBS. Veterans can take advantage of "Vet Hold", which is a 24 hour hold on all new job orders, so Veterans can view them first. The EDD Job Service participates in America's Job Bank (AJB), a national computerized network linking the 1,800 state employment service offices. AJB provides job seekers with the largest pool of job opportunities available anywhere. For employers it provides rapid, national exposure for job openings. The listings in America's Job Bank contains information on approximately 1 million jobs. You will find local jobs on this site.
America's Job Bank: They claim to have over one million jobs currently listed. Here, you can search for jobs by occupation, keyword, job code, state or county. You can also post your resume and create cover letters at this site. If you are registered in CalJobs, your resume automatically runs in America's Job Bank. You will find local jobs on this site.
USAJOBS, Office of Personnel Management: The U.S. Government's official site for jobs and employment information provided by the United States Office of Personnel Management.
US Forest Service: This is a comprehensive site for employment with the Forest Service. There are links to specific forests and job announcements for USDA.
Federal Jobs Digest:This is a very good site with lots of job listings. To view them, at no cost, you have to register your resume. sponsored in part by the VFW. The site contains jobs, post your resume and seek out additional resources. This is what they say about themselves: Whether you are an individual looking for an exciting job opportunity or an employer in need of qualified candidates and recruiting tools, is your employment solution. With more jobs from more employers in every category, is the single largest employment search engine on the Web. So, if you're looking for a career you can really sink your teeth into, turn to a job seeker's best You will find local jobs on this site. This site was launched on 9/15/00. It is part of You will find local jobs on this site.
+Jobs California: "Look for new and exciting jobs using our searchable job database, which is updated daily with all the latest postings or narrow your search by clicking on the appropriate category to your left. There are no membership fees … our service is ABSOLUTELY FREE for you to use! And don't forget to mention +Jobs California when you apply for that perfect job!"
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CareerPath: Here you can search for jobs listed from newspapers and the web from all over the United States. You can search by state and post your resume.
GirlGeeks: "GirlGeeks is the Career Success Site for Professional Women in Information Technology. GirlGeeks provides jobs, high-quality career, training and motivational services and products for women using IT to prosper and grow. Women come to GirlGeeks to advance their careers, find appropriate training and connect with other women who have similar experiences. GirlGeeks facilitates the hiring process for Fortune 1000 companies by providing the corporate services these companies need to successfully recruit and retain qualified IT women." "Let do the work for you - JobSeeker e-mails you the jobs you want and ResumeOnline lets you store your resume on the web! It's FREE"
O*NET "Find out which jobs fit with their interests, skills, and experience. Explore growth career profiles using the latest available labor market data. Research what it takes to get their dream job. Maximize earning potential and job satisfaction. Know what it takes to be successful in their field and in related occupations. O*NET OnLine offers users the opportunity to: Find occupations to explore Search for occupations that use your skills Look at related occupations View occupation snapshots View occupation details Use crosswalks to find corresponding occupations in other classification systems Connect to other on-line career information resources Access Comprehensive help information on line"
Links To Other Sites: This site will link you to employment development departments in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
FedWorld: FedWorld, US Government Federal Job Search Homepage. You can search for jobs that are seasonal and permanent, or search for jobs by state, Pacific or Atlantic regions.
USAJobs: The U.S. Government's official site for jobs and employment information provided by the United States Office of Personnel Management. You may create an online resume at this site as well as complete an On-line Supplemental Qualifications Statement.
Careers & Jobs: At this sites, you will find, literally, hundreds of job links. This is a very comprehensive index! Careers and Jobs is part of
Government Jobs in California : This site has links to many federal, state, county, and city sites throughout California. They also list links to some colleges.
Job Web Home Page: The National Association of Colleges and Employers (formerly known as the College Placement Council, Inc.) is America's bridge between higher education and the world of work.
JobSmart : They have listed: local jobs, job fairs, job hotlines & more for the Greater Sacramento area, Bay Area, San Diego and LA. At, you can search for a job by location, job type or company. They have a message board, career fairs info., free E-mail, company profiles and more.
The Monster Board :The Monster Board is one of the most popular job sites on the Web. For Job Seekers: " is a lifelong career network job seekers can use to expand their careers, providing continuous access to the most progressive companies, as well as interactive, personalized tools to make the process effective and convenient. Features include: My Monster, resume management, a personal job search agent, a careers network, chats and message boards, privacy options, expert advice on job-seeking and career management and free newsletters."
The Riley Guide : For Employment Opportunities & Job Resources on the Internet. This is an index of links to other sites. All services and resources included in this guide must provide job listings or significant other information, services, and/or resources of benefit to the job seeker. Sites are rejected which are cluttered with commercial products.
Headhunter.Net : "With over 250,000 job postings representing more than 10,000 of the nation's employers, is the fastest growing job awareness site today. is rated first among cross-industry, national online recruiting services in quality of results and user satisfaction. Its highly functional interface and dedication to customer service has earned a reputation for dependability and results among job seekers and job posters."
The Recruiters Online Network (RON) : "Search for a RON member firm with SmartMATCH or browse through any of our specialty areas. All members have a SmartOffice with full contact information and links to their active jobs. Job seekers who register with RON can reach thousands of firms with one posting and know only RON members have access to their resumes or cvs. Resumes stay active for 90 days. You can also search for members using SmartMATCH and quickly send a group of recruiters an e-mail, your resume or cv. Our members have over 73 specialty categories."
PursuitNet Jobs : "The service is maintained for professional, technical, sales and management level individuals qualified to seek jobs in the $30,000 to $300,000 range. It covers almost all categories of such jobs. If you are not an expert Resume writer already, you may want to see how virtually anyone can Develop A Winning Resume!" : Provides a centralized place to display a wide range of broadcast related jobs and available positions throughout North America. Provides a convenient place for employers to quickly locate experienced broadcast talent. This site also provides easily accessable information on every station in the United States.
The Virtual Job Fair : "Westech Virtual Job Fair is the Web's largest technical career site, with more than 30,000 positions at over 1,000 companies and more than 1 million visitors per month. Westech Virtual Job Fair also has a database containing over 170,000 active resumes and an average of 1,500 new or updated resumes daily. The site contains hundreds of career-related articles and thousands of links."
Bay Area Jobs Resources: "Bay Area Jobs is a central repository or "meta-list" of links to individual employment sites within the greater San Francisco region. The goal of Bay Area Jobs is to connect job candidates directly to the job opportunities of the employers of their choice. A brief commentary following each link provides an indication of the employer's function."
RecruitingLinks: "Specifically, helps job- seekers to quickly and efficiently find employers posting jobs on their own sites that meet all their specific location, industry, and job requirements; does not list jobs on our site. This unique search engine will point you to jobs posted on corporate sites around the Web."
Career Resources @ JobBank USA: "Candidates are given access to tools designed to help put together an effective resume and to mount an efficient search for a desired position. Use JobBank USA's Resume Builder to enter your skills and job requirements into the resume database. Search & the Internet's largest jobs databases."
HandiLinks to Employment Websites: Handilinks contains links to everything under the sun, including employment broken down into categories. This is a very good "idea" site.
CareerCity Jobs Database: Access: job Fairs, post resumes, see job listings from US companies.
Hewlett Packard: This site contains worldwide employment opportunities with Hewlett Packard, listed by country.
IBM Employment: IBM has a user friendly site with job searching, post your resume, career fairs and more. They have a feature called "Confidential Agent", which enables you to engage a private search agent to e-mail you about job opportunities as they become available, and to show you all current jobs you would find interesting. You may confidentially register your job criteria and make yourself discreetly visible in response to specific jobs posted on the system.
Union Pacific: Union Pacific Railroad job listings. This is a no frills site, the jobs that are available, pop right up.
Net-Temps: A world of Jobs neatly Packaged
Oregon Employment Development Department : Oregon offers similar services to California. A Veteran can search for employment by: job order #, job description, keywords, location, or job category. There is a link to Oregon State jobs.
Sierra Pacific: They have an employment page linked off their home page.