Career Resources on the Web

Please be aware that access to much of the information from these and other related web sites is free to students and job seekers, however, some organizations do charge a fee for some of their services and/or access to certain information. Please read carefully before releasing any personal information or consenting to any agreements. Be aware that your personal information may be accessible by the general public.

Career Information & Job Search Sites

  • CareerOneStop: Pathways to Career Success
  • My Next Move: Interactive Career Finder Tool
  • America’s Job Bank. Provides access to job opportunities nationwide and by state. This site is a partnership between the U.S. Department of Labor and the state operated public employment services. The site incorporates Career One Stop and O*Net.
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook (Bureau of Labor Statistics). Provides access to an electronic version of the Dept. Of Labor’s career exploration book, The Occupational Outlook Handbook, plus other labor market information.
  • New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions. Provides access to labor market and occupational information specifically for New Mexico.
  • Job Bank USA. Provides access to a large resume database where resumes are built and submitted and job searches are conducted.
  • Career Mosaic. Provides access to industry specific and regional career information, job opportunities, and resume posting.
  • Career Magazine. Provides access to job openings, resume posting, employer profiles, and career related articles.
  • CareerNet. Provides access to job and employer information and resume posting for the high-tech fields.
  • Online Career Center. Provides access to resume posting as well as job opportunities by U.S. city/state, foreign country, company, and industry.
  • Career.com. Provides assistance in job seeking(company, category, location, both national and international, or entry level) and in making connections with employers.
  • American Fire Hire Firefighter Jobs. We provide free information and job listings for candidates searching for a position in the fire service! Visit AmericanFireHire.com Now!
  • College Grad Job Hunter. Provides job search information targeted to college graduates: jobs, internships, employers, resumes, cover letters, interviews, etc.
  • Monster.com. Provides access to a career services network for job hunting, resume posting, and employer information.
  • Riley’s Guide. A great guide to employment and job resources on the Internet.
  • Air Force Civilian Employment. Provides access to civilian employment announcements and information through the United States Air Force.
  • Army Civilian Employment. Provides access to civilian employment announcements and information.
  • Defense Manpower Data Center – From Military Member to Civilian. If you have any military service after 1 Oct 90, this site will give you your entire work history, and how it translates to a civilian job. This information is from the Department of Defense.
  • USAJOBS. The US Government’s official site for jobs and employment information provided by the United States Office of Personnel Management.

Company/Organization Employment Sites

Career/Job Search Sites for Specific Fields

  • Art and Graphic Design
    • Printjobs.com. Information on employment in the printing and graphic arts industry.
  • Computer and Technology Jobs
    • Computer and Technology. Information on computer and technology jobs.
    • Brass Ring. Information on high technology jobs.
  • Criminal Justice
    • Cop Career.com. Information on law enforcement career opportunities around the country in various agencies.
  • Education
    • Teachersplanet.com. Employment opportunities for teachers preK-12 plus job hunting tips, information on teaching supplies, etc.
    • www.K12jobs.com. Concentrates in posting job opportunities available at Kindergarten, Elementary Schools, Junior High, High Schools and Vocational Schools. Each job posting has complete information, including; school’s name, location, deadline, salary, contact information, school’s e-mail, and the school’s web site.
    • http://www.nmreap.net/. Free service to find employment in education in state of New Mexico.
  • Engineering
    • Engineer Jobs. Information on nationwide career opportunities for engineering related areas.
  • Emergency Medical Services
  • Fire Science
    • The Fire Station. Provides information on fire departments throughout the country.
  • Health Care/Nursing
    • Absolutely Health Care. Access nationwide opportunities in the health care industry including nursing, medical laboratory technology, and medical office type positions.
    • The Nursing Network. Information for nursing health care professionals including information on nursing organizations.
    • Allnurses.com. Resources for nurses including jobs, news, books, etc.
  • Law
    • Law.com Career Center. Information on legal employment opportunities including paralegals and legal secretaries.
  • Social Services
    • Social Work Jobs. This site is affiliated with the NASW (National Association of Social Workers) and has information on employment for social workers.
  • Education Sites

       

    • CollegeNET. Provides opportunities to conduct various searches including searches for colleges and college resources, scholarships, financial aid, etc.
    • CollegeView. A college search service providing comprehensive information targeted for use by students, parents, Admissions, and counselors.
    • Peterson’s CollegeQuest.com
    • Culinary Schools

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