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Employment Search Resources (Hispanic, Senior, Boomer, Others)

February 1, 2010

Please consider forwarding this those you know who may be in need of additional employment search resources or retweeting it or posting it on your blog. With so many people still unemployed I would like to propose that we all can do something to help someone out in some small way. I have myself been unemployed nearly a year.  

In my search over the course of the past year, I have come across many employment search resources.  Therefore, I said to myself, “why not post the sources I have come across and share it with others?”

Hopefully, if you are reading this you will consider doing the same.  I have found that there is not a single source that aggregates all the employment job sites available, and you would think with all the new social media and Web 2.0 capabilities these days there would be such a “beast” by now.  I am sure there are many many other employment search resources. Please add them in the comments section if you have any to benefit others.

Let’s start first with a directory of employers by state by Job Hunt.org.  And, since I am from the DC Metro area. I will provide their link to DC employment resources as an example of one “state”  There is also Job-Hunt’s list of over 1,100 professional associations and societies by industry which would/could be a valuable source.  Here are a few other resources from them as well that may prove useful.

 Traditional Job and employment search is changing.  And the job boards and sites you are using today might be gone a few years. Certainly the initial incarnation of job boards is on the way out. Job-board expert Peter Weddle writes, “We are now coming to the end of the reign of first-generation job boards.” The two key characteristics of these first-generation boards, Weddle notes, are a searchable job database and usually a resume database. While job boards are losing steam, the job-search “aggregators” or search engines we mentioned in last year’s annual report, Indeed, JobSniper, and Simply Hired, remain popular, as does the “aggregator of aggregators,” Google (Jason Buss notes that more than 4 million job-related searches are conducted on Google daily). Some experts still mention niche, industry-specific job boards, and professional-association boards as effective. So what will replace job boards? One answer is “talent hubs”

Weddle notes that the second-generation boards replacing the legacy sites will offer such features as “forums and bulletin boards for professional networking; games, polls and other features that teach career self-management principles; educational programs, conference schedules, and other information that will help visitors advance themselves in their profession, craft, or trade.”

Recruiting experts cite venues that are moving beyond the standard experience that job boards have offered. Extensive job-seeker profiles are a hallmark of many of these sites, as is anonymity in which neither job-seeker nor employer know each other’s identity until there is mutual interest:

  • Jobfox, which offers a “Mutual Suitability System,” using an in-depth question-and-answer format to learn about job-seekers’ experience, wants, and needs. Jobfox then presents candidates with only the opportunities that match. “Since employers using Jobfox participate in this same process,” the Jobfox site states, “you can be assured that they know you are well qualified for their position.
  • Itzbig, where matching candidates to jobs also is the centerpiece. Itzbig calls itself a “real-time interactive recruiting network, providing a way for job seekers and recruiters to come together online.” The site uses “profile matching technology” to provide “a filtered set of qualified candidates to the recruiter and a filtered set of job matches to the candidate.”
  • QuietAgent, which claims to “evaluate every job, every day, so you don’t have to.” The site notes that with QuietAgent, “recruiters use rich toolsets to get two-way private connections with quality candidates.”
  • Climber.com, which helps job-seekers “understand yourself and reveal what types of jobs/companies you will best fit.” The Climber.com site states that it is “for people who are not necessarily actively looking for a new job, but rather who are open to recruitment by companies.” The site enables seekers to “connect anonymously to recruiters, research companies and salary information, and refer jobs to trusted co-workers and friends.”
  • My Perfect Gig, “a members-only, private career network for engineering professionals where companies and talented individuals speak a ‘common language.'” (We’ve heard other anecdotal evidence of job-seekers finding success on paid, private job boards.)
  • Vitruva, “a second-generation career website powered by an artificial intelligence job-matching engine.” The Vitruva site says it “connect[s] talented professionals with highly qualified job opportunities instantly – in real-time.”
  • Jobzerk, which bills itself as the “world’s first community and socially driven job site.”
  • OneWire, a site for finance professionals that “allows individuals to quickly and precisely map their experiences — education, work, and life — and distinguish themselves from their peers.” The site goes on to note that “firms use the same system to create a search for their ideal candidate. This mirroring of profile and search criteria allows for the precise matching of individual to opportunity.”

Talent gurus are encouraging employers to enhance their company career portals. Still, Buss cites the statistic that 90 percent of visitors to corporate career sites don’t apply, and even among those who start applying, at least half don’t finish.  Read more about Job Search 2.0: Advancing Your Career Through Online Social Media.

So there are new tools, new rules and then there are traditional sources. So, I have listed many below as well because I believe having as many resources at your fingertips is better than having only a few. 

So please do have fun digging through some of the following (NOTE: there are many!)

AARP’s 2009 List of Top Employers for those  50 years old and older

Hispanic Employment Job Sources

http://www.google.com/Top/Business/Employment/Job_Search
http://www.hispanic-jobs.com/?gclid=CPTRjPL30Z8CFWpd5Qodhywy3A

HACE — the Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) provides linkages, services, programs, and access for Hispanic professionals to private and public organizations, thereby strengthening the foundation for the professional and economic advancement of the Hispanic community.

Hispanic-American Village — from IMDiversity.com, this site provides valuable information on career opportunities as well as the tools needed to survive and succeed in America’s workplace.

iHispano.com — a leading career site for Hispanic and bilingual professionals, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, industry, and location), post your resume, and find key career tips and employer information. No cost to job-seekers.
http://www.ihispano.com

LatinoWeb — a virtual information center for Latino resources, including jobs. The site’s mission is to empower the Latino community.

LatPro.com — where Hispanics can find a job in any part of the Americas when you visit our job site, the job source for Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking managers and professionals! Job-seekers can post your resume anonymously, receive emails instantly announcing new job opportunities that match your profile, and read expert advice on job-seeking. An alliance between QuintCareers.com and LatPro.com. Free to job-seekers.
http://www.latpro.com/cms/recruiter?wf=googleEN&gclid=CMSI_f730…

National Hispanic Business Association (NHBA) — founded in 1993, the NHBA is a national network of students and alumni whose mission is to address educational and business issues related to Hispanics.

Saludos Web — job listing from employers who are actively recruiting qualified Hispanics for positions in their companies.
http://www.saludos.com/sql/job-search.htm
http://www.saludos.com/hispaniclinks/websites.html

 After College — a job and internship site for college students and recent college grads. Post your resume or search for job openings (by job type, industry, type of work, location, and keyword). Also includes some basic career resources. Free to job-seekers.

Best Jobs in the USA Today — a comprehensive job resource site that includes jobs databases, corporate profiles, resume posting, and a career resources store.

BilingualCareer.com — where bilingual job-seekers (English and at least one other language) can search job listings (by language, location, industry, keywords), post your resume, and find job interviewing and resume preparation advice. Free to job-seekers.

CareerBuilder — claims to have the largest assortment of job listings on the Net — a combination of help wanted ads of the nation’s leading newspapers and job listings from the Web sites of leading employers. The site also includes many other resources. Free to job-seekers.

Careercast — a cool job portal offering job-seekers opportunities from all U.S. and Canadian newspaper, magazine, niche and TV station Websites powered by Adicio Inc., a developer of Web-based classified advertising solutions. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, category, location), post a resume, find job news, more. No cost to job-seekers.

Careerjournal.com — a fantastic resource that not only allows job-seekers to search for job opportunities, but also has a wonderful collection of articles and resources that job-seekers will find most useful. From The Wall Street Journal.

CareerPark.com — where job-seekers can search or browse job postings, as well as post your resume. Include links to other key career and job sites. Free to job-seekers.

CareerSurf.com — where job-seekers from a wide variety of industries across the U.S. and Canada can search for jobs and post your resume. You can search for jobs by keywords, job category, and location. Free to job-seekers.

College Recruiter — Jobs for college students, grads and recent graduates. Entry level work and career opportunities. Part-time and full-time. A great resource for job-seekers.

Dice.com — a great job site for technology professionals. Job-seekers can search through thousands of job openings (by job type, location, as well as by metro area or employer), post your resume and confidential profile, create an email job alert, and find great career resources.

    The Job Box — where high school and college (and any other) job-seekers seeking seasonal, part-time, hourly, or entry-level job opportunities can search for jobs (or internships) by keyword, job category, and location. Also includes career news and other resources. Free to job-seekers.
    JobCircle.com — Mid-Atlantic’s largest non-newspaper affiliated job board that provides careers, content and community to jobseekers — operating in CT, DC, DE, OH, MD, NY, NJ, PA, VA and WV. Job-seekers can search or browse job listings, as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.
    Jobcentral — a national employment network formed by an alliance between two nonprofit associations to provide job seekers in all industries and occupations, entry-level to chief executive officer, employment and career opportunities nationwide. Search postings or browse by company. No cost to job-seekers.
    Jobfox — a job-matching site for job-seekers, which uses its Mutual Suitability System — an in-depth profile system used to learn about your experience, wants, and needs — to then present you with only the opportunities (rated on a 5-star scale) that match your profile. (Employers participate in this same process.) No cost to job-seekers for basic services.
    Jobirn: Insider Referral Network — a unique job site that is a combination of job board, online interview system, and employee referral system that connects job-seekers with employees inside the company where you would like to work — to help get a referral to ideal job. No cost to job-seekers.
    Job Search Shortcuts — a great job-search site that provides links directly to more than 15,000 company career centers job listing Web pages in 30 metropolitan areas nationwide. Jobs are categorized both by city within each metro area as well as alphabetically — and links send job-seekers directly to the employer. No cost to job-seekers.
    JobShouts! — a job search engine integrated with social media, helping to create connections and deliver better matching results for job seekers, which delivers real-time job postings and automated one click searching across multiple social networks simultaneously. No cost to job-seekers.
    JobSimply — a job site offering job listings that include part time jobs and hourly jobs in retail jobs, hospitality jobs, restaurant jobs, teen jobs, part-time jobs, seasonal jobs, cruise ship jobs and summer jobs. Job-seekers can search by industry, location, and keywords. Includes a nice collection of career tips. No cost to job-seekers.
    Jobs in Pods — a Web 2.0 job site in which job-seekers can listen to employer “jobcasts” — audio interviews from employer HR managers/employees that discuss corporate culture, benefits, etc. At the end of each podcast you’re instructed on how and where to apply to the jobs you just heard about. Each podcast also comes with a blog post which lists all the relevant links and information about the employer and job listings. No cost to job-seekers.
    Jobs.NET — job-seekers from all over the world can browse or search for jobs, post your confidential online resume, and receive job-hunting tips and advice. Job posting can be searched by just about any criteria, including keywords, location, recency of posting, salary, job title, industry, company size, and more. Free to job-seekers. 
    Jobzerk — a self-proclaimed world’s first community and socially-driven job site, where job-seekers can easily interact with other members and publish useful information about themselves, the job search, or hiring process. No cost to job-seekers.
    Juju — an interesting resource — one of the best, where job-seekers can search 15 different job sites (including CareerCity, CareerMosaic, HeadHunter.net, JobOptions, NationJob, and others) using keywords that describe your preferred job, as well as a preferred location. Free.
    LatPro — the worldwide leader in online employment for Hispanic and bilingual professionals, where job-seekers can search thousands of job listings from pre-screened employers, post multiple resume versions, create an email job agent, and access other career resources. Free to job-seekers.
    LiveHire — an innovative job site in which job-seekers submit your professional profile as part of your job-search.Employers who are interested then contact you via email and arrange an online interview via Webcams. Great for long-distance job-search. No cost to job-seekers. LocalHelpWanted.net — lots of features and benefits to this job site where job-seekers can search for job listings by first narrowing choices by state and major city. You can also post your resume, audio resume, video resume, and portfolio items after registration. For an additional fee, you can obtain addition space to post even more information. No cost to job-seekers for basic services. Monster.com — one of the oldest job sites on the Web, with several hundred thousand jobs worldwide. Also includes career advice and relocation services for job-seekers, as well as an auction-style marketplace for independent professionals. myCareerSpace — where job-seekers can search for jobs (by category, region, or keywords) and post up to five different resumes that you can then use to apply to job openings online. Also includes other job-seeker resources, such as career expos, relocation, insurance, and more. Free to job-seekers.

    NationJob Network — an online job search service with thousands of current job listings and company profiles. Includes an email service that send you jobs that match your qualifications and interests.

    Net-Temps — a site where job-seekers can search thousands of job listings or post your resume. Includes contract, temporary and permanent employment postings. Also includes career development articles, tools and resources. A top site. Free to job-seekers.

    Prohire.com — one of the largest free job sites on the Web, listing more than 150,000 job openings worldwide (including the U.S.). Job-seekers can post your resumes, search the jobs database, or simply check out the market in your area. Free to job-seekers.

    Realmatch.com — takes the job-seeker’s qualifications and preferences and matches them with the employer’s requirements. You can also search job listings by keyword and location. Free to job-seekers.

    Simply Hired — a job search engine where job-seekers can search job listings by keyword and get results from a multitude of sources. Also offers you the opportunity to get updates when new jobs are posted — by email, social networks, blogs, your homepage, and even your mobile phone. Free to job-seekers.

    SnagAJob.com — largest job site for part-time and full-time hourly jobs. Job-seekers can search for a job by type of job or by location, as well as register for email alerts. Also includes career resources and advice. Free to job-seekers.

    thingamajob.com — a free career site for all job seekers from the Allegis Group. Job searches, online resume posting, job alerts, and career tools, are a few of the many features available to job-seekers. You can search for jobs by job categories, keywords, location, and date the job was posted. Free to job-seekers.

    TopUSAJobs.com — a job site that lists the top jobs from numerous “niche” industry and geographic-specific job boards. Job-seekers can search for job listings (by category, location, job title, and job detail keywords), or go directly to the individual job boards. Free to job-seekers.

    TwitterJobSearch.com — a job search engine for Twitter, where job-seekers enter search keyword(s) and receive immediate results of tweets for job openings. No cost to job-seekers.

    USAJOBS — a one-stop source for job-seekers seeking information about jobs and employment with the United States Federal Government. Job-seekers can search for jobs (by keyword, location, and occupation), post your resume, and register for a job-matching email service. Also includes lots of other resources and tips for finding employment with the government. Free to job-seekers.

    Vault.com — well-known for its insider reports on thousands of companies, this site has branched out into recruitment and has more than 150,000 job postings from about 27,000 employers, which job-seekers can search through multiple criteria (such as job categories, keywords, location, experience level, posting date). Job-seekers can also sign-up for an email job criteria matching service. Free to job-seekers.

    VetJobs.com — a great site for veterans and transitioning military personnel and their family members. Job openings for all levels and types of jobs. You can search for jobs (by type, keyword, and location), as well as post your resume. Includes other key resources for vets. Sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Free to job-seekers.

    Yahoo! HotJobs — one of the best job sites on the Net, offering job-seeking professionals a one-stop job search resource — at no cost. Candidates create a personalized career management page called MyHotJobs, which provides all of the tools needed for an easy, simple and confidential job search.

    DiversityWorking.com — a great diversity job site for all ethnic and sexual orientation groups, where job-seekers can search for jobs (by location, industry, job listing type, posting recency, and keywords), as well as post your resume, and sign up for a free newsletter. The company is also a national career expo producer for the diversity marketplace. Free to job-seekers.
    EmploymentGuide.com — a great resource for job-seekers, where you can search for jobs, post your resume, and find career advice. One of the site’s greatest resources is the development of localized job sites (a total of 56 metropolitan areas) so that job-seekers looking for employment in a specific geographic area can find the best job listings. Free to job-seekers.
    Employment911.com — a “one-stop” job site, where job-seekers can search more than 350 major job sites with more than 3 million job openings and create an online resume that is posted to thousands of employers. Also includes some great career articles, tools, links, free email accounts, and much more. Free to job-seekers.
    FindARecruiter.com — where job-seekers who are looking for a recruiting professional (headhunters, executive search, staffing firms) can search a database of more than 10,000 recruiters. Search by company name, specialty, or location. Free to job-seekers.
    FreshJobs.com — where all job postings are no older than one week. Job-seekers can search for jobs by location, skills, benefits, job type, or company as well as post your resume. You can also get a confidential mailbox and sign-up for a job matching service. Free to job-seekers.
    GetTheJob.com — a job search engine for direct employer jobs only, collecting job postings from the corporate career centers of thousands of companies, indexing more than 2 million jobs at any time. Job-seekers can search job postings, register for email alerts. No cost to job-seekers.
    GOJobs.com — a general job board where job-seekers can search job postings by keyword or browse by state or job function. You can also create an email job agent as well as find some career resources. Free to job-seekers. Indeed.com — a meta-search job site that pulls job postings from more than 500 places, including the major job boards, the top 200 newspapers, hundreds of professional associations, and company career centers. Job-seekers can search for job listings by (what: title, keywords, company; and where: location). No cost to job-seekers. The Interview Exchange — a new concept in job boards, where job-seekers who are interested in job listings are rated based on how closely you match the qualifications in the job posting. Job-seekers can also post your resume and receive e-mail job matching notification. Free to job-seekers. jobalot.com — a mega-meta job site, where job-seekers can use a simple job search interface (searching basically by keywords and location) to find thousands of the job listings from hundreds of the best job sites. You can also browse jobs by category, find career resources, or learn about continuing education opportunities. No cost to job-seekers.

Older Worker Job Sites:

BoomerCareer.com — the Website of a career and job publication directed toward U.S. Baby Boomers (1946-64). An interesting collection of career articles and resources, all written and compiled with the needs and interests of boomers. Job-seekers can also search job listings and post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

Experience Corps — a volunteering site for people 55 or older in which you can tutor children who need basic literacy skills; mentor students who need guidance; and partner with classroom teachers to create better learning communities. Currently in 20 U.S. cities. No cost to job-seekers.

Experience Works! — a nationwide staffing service dedicated to providing temporary and permanent employment opportunities to older individuals, dislocated workers, welfare participants, and other adults seeking employment and needed income.

notyetretired.com — a career inspiration site for job-seekers 50 and above. Includes information on starting a business, freelancing, finding a post-retirement job, and much more. The site is dedicated to reinventing retirement and re-imagining the meanings of work. Free to job-seekers.

Operation A.B.L.E. of Greater Boston — provides job training and employment services to mature workers age 45 and older in Massachusetts, as well as career fair information and the beginnings of a job board for older workers. Some services no cost; some fee-based to job-seekers.

RebootYou.com — a recareering, career-change resource site. (The name refers to when you restart your computer.) You’ll find articles,tools, stories, and other resources related to finding a new career after ending your current career. No cost to job-seekers.

RetiredBrains.com — where older job-seekers, including those retired or about to retire, can search job listings for part-time, temporary, and full-time positions (by keywords, industry, and location), post your resume, and register for an e-mail job-search agent. Also includes career resources specifically for older workers. Free to job-seekers.

Retired Worker International — a job site for U.S. and Canadian job-seekers who have retired, but are now actively seeking work on a part-time, temporary, or casual basis, where you can search or browse job listings, as well as post a skills summary (no resume required), and you will automatically be notified when your skills match a new job listing. Free to job-seekers.

Retiree Careers — a job and career advice site for job-seekers ages 50 and above. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, job category, employment type, and location) as well as post your resume. You can also register for a job search agent and find other career resources. Free to job-seekers.

Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) — part-time employment program for low-income persons age 55 or over. Program participants work at community and government agencies and are paid the Federal or State minimum wage, whichever is higher. From the Employment and Training Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor. Free to job-seekers.

Senior Job Bank — a job site for job-seekers aged 50+ where you can search for full-time, part-time, temporary, and volunteer jobs (by job category, industry, location), as well as post multiple resumes and register for a job-search agent. Free to job-seekers.

Senior Service America — runs the Senior AIDES Employment Program, an employment and training program that uses community service to update enrollee’s skills so that you may rejoin a competitive workforce — currently operating in 27 states and the District of Columbia. Job-seekers must be 55 years of age or older. Other resources include job clubs that assist in networking, preparing resumes, and polishing interviewing techniques. Also includes other programs, resources. Free to job-seekers.

Seniors4Hire — a job site for job-seekers 50 and older seeking jobs and/or other ways of earning money. After registering at the site, you can search job listings, post your resume, register for email job alerts, use a jobs-wanted tool, and find useful resources for mature workers. No cost to job-seekers.

WiserWorker.com — a job site designed to help baby-boomers and older workers in finding employment. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords and location), find a collection of career articles and resources, and listings of local job fairs across the country. No cost to job-seekers.

AARP: Careers, Jobs, Work, and Retirement Issues — a great collection of resources for older workers who are job-hunting, changing careers, or thinking about starting your own business. Also check out their AARP Best Employers for Workers Over 50, the National Employer Team and The Water Cooler.

FortyPlus — career and job-hunting organization (mostly in California, but spreading to a number of other states) for individuals at least 40 years old, with managerial or professional experience, and who annual earnings exceeding $40,000.

MaturityWorks — a service of the National Council on the Aging, this site includes articles and resources geared for helping mature job-seekers find success in your job search.

Senior Success — from XtremeRecruiting.com, an interesting collection of news and article for working seniors — including the Baby Boomers and beyond — and interviews with successful seniors who show the way to career and life enrichment. Free to job-seekers.

Seniors4Hire — a great job site for job-seekers 50 and older, where you can search the job bank and company profiles of employers — and apply directly to job postings of interest. Also includes targeted career resources and articles for older workers. Free to job-seekers.

Healthcare Industry Related Employment Resources

Access Nurses — a great site for nurses, specifically travel nurses, where you can review job listings — but only after completing an online application. Also includes a variety of links of interest to nursing professionals. No cost to job-seekers.

adsumo — an international job site for life sciences (biology, ecology, genetics, immunology, and more) and medical/healthcare researchers. Job-seekers can browse job postings by discipline, location, employer, and sector — or search for job openings based on those same criteria. Registering allows job-seekers to post multiple CVs/resumes and receive email job updates. Free to job-seekers.

AdvancedPracticeJobs.com — a great job site for physician assistants, nurse practitioners, CRNAs, nurse midwives, clinical nurse specialists, anesthesia assistants, other nurse specialists. Job-seekers can search job listings (by location, classification, specialty, and keywords) as well as complete a profile and post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

AllTherapyJobs.com — just as this site’s name implies, this is where job-seekers searching for therapy jobs — physical, massage, occupational, radiation, respiratory, speech, and all other therapists — can search or browse for jobs (full-time and part-time), post your resume, and subscribe to a therapists newsletter. Free to job-seekers.

bestnursejobs.com — where nursing professionals can search (by specialty, job type, profession, location) for job opportunities with hospitals, medical centers, and private practices throughout the U.S., as well as post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

CampusRN.com — where nursing students can search entry-level nursing job listings (by job category, location, keyword) as well as post your resume. Also includes research on employers, compensation information, and information on nursing career options. Free to job-seekers.

DentalAssistantJobs.com — where dental assistant professionals can search for job openings (by date of posting, work category, location, and keywords), post your resume, review company profiles, and register for a job-search agent. Free to job-seekers.

DiversityHealthWorks.com — a comprehensive career portal with content dedicated and related to diversity in the healthcare workforce. Job-seekers can search job listings (by location, occupation, job type, keywords), as well as post your resume. Job-seekers can also register for a job-search agent as well as participate in a virtual career fair. Free to job-seekers.

DocCafe.com — a job site for physicians and dentists, where job-seekers can browse for job listings by specialty or post your CV. Additional features are available with registration. No cost to job-seekers.

EmploymentforPhysicians.com — a complete resource of physician employment, where job-seekers can search job listings (by specialty and location) as well as register for a job-matching service. Also includes useful career information and links. No cost to job-seekers.

Happy Career — a job site for all nursing professionals, where you can search job listings (by keyword, location), as well as post your resume. Site also includes career tips and healthcare-related links and resources. Free to job-seekers.

HealthCareerWeb.com — a job and career site for healthcare professionals. Job-seekers can search job listings (by location, profession, and skills), browse job openings by employer, and post your resume. Also includes educational and career resources, as well as information about job fairs and work-at-home opportunities. Free to job-seekers.

Health Care Job Store — where health-care professionals can browse job listings by profession/specialty, post your resume, and register for a job-search agent. Registration is required to use full features of site. No cost to job-seekers.

HealthcareSource — a great career and education resource for job-seekers in the health care industry, with more than 20,000 current job postings by profession, region, and specialty area for physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech-language-hearing professionals, nurses, and pharmacists. Named best health-care job-hunting site by the American Hospital Association.

HealthDiversity.com — a job portal that focuses on matching talented, under-represented minority job-seekers with leading healthcare organizations. You can search job listings (by keyword, job type, and location), post your resume, and create a job-search agent. No cost to job-seekers.

HEALTHeCAREERS.COM (HECC) — where health professionals can search for jobs in just about every possible career in healthcare and social work. Job postings come from a network of healthcare associations. Once registered, you can post your resume, received email alerts, and email your cover letter and resume to employers. Free to job-seekers.

Health Network USA — a site where healthcare professionals can explore available positions, submit an electronic resume, and review career-related Internet sites related to healthcare.

hireCentral — a healthcare, pharmaceutical, biotech, and hospital jobs site, where job-seekers can search job-listings (by keyword, level, location, and category), post your resume, and find numerous other related career and educational resources. No cost to job-seekers.

HireHealth.com — where biopharmaceutical (pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and healthcare) professionals — from laboratory technicians to executives — can search job listings (by keyword, location, date posted) as well as post your resume. Also features some great career resources. Free to job-seekers.

hireRx — where biotechnology and pharmaceutical professionals — whether in sales, distribution, research, or manufacturing — can search (by keyword, level, category, and location) the latest job openings, build your resume, and find training opportunities…and more. Free to job-seekers.

Hospital Jobs Online — an employment site that specializes in healthcare hospital positions for all professions. Job-seekers can post your resume, view current job openings, and find useful career-related information and links. Free to job-seekers.

HSpeople.com — specializing in the human services industry, helping job-seekers looking for social work jobs, non-profit jobs, and mental health jobs. Job-seekers can search for jobs, build an online resume, and use their “smart match” technology to find the right job. Free to job-seekers.

Human Services Career Network — a national employment site devoted solely to social service/human service professionals. Job-seekers can post your resume, search for available jobs, and conduct field-specific research. Also includes links to educational and professional resources, news and trends, and conference and training calendar. Free to job-seekers.

iConnect2 Anesthesiology — where anesthesia professionals can search job listings (by keyword, location, job type, work preference), post your CV, register for a job-search agent, and find relevant healthcare resources. No cost to job-seekers.

jobscience.com — a job site for healthcare and biopharmaceutical research professionals, where you can post your resume, search job openings (by industry, region, field, industry, or company), register for a job search agent, and find useful career tools (such as company profiles, salary information, and more). Free to job-seekers.

Jobs4MedicalAdmin — a job site specifically for medical administrators (accounting, billing, customer service, IT, training, and more) in the U.S. and Canada. Job-seekers can search job listings (by location and job category). Also includes some useful career resources. Free to job-seekers.

JobsinTherapy.com — where professionals searching for jobs in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, radiation therapy, respiratory therapy, and other related job fields can search job listings (by state, job type, speciality) as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.

JobsStat.com — a nursing and healthcare job-search site where job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, job category, employment type, location), post your resume, and register for a job-search agent. No cost to job-seekers.

MedHunters.com — a comprehensive job board for healthcare professionals (in all aspects of the healthcare profession), with thousands of current (under 60 days) job listings from hundreds of employers. Job-seekers can post your resume, browse job listings (by job title, location, or employer), read employer overviews, and receive email job listing updates. Free to job-seekers.

Medical Job Street — a job site for the healthcare industry, where physicians, medical technicians, nurses, administrators, and other healthcare professionals can search for jobs (by specialty, secondary specialty, degree type, training, citizenship, and location). Free to job-seekers.

Medical Staff Recruiters Network — where physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals can view thousands of jobs in all specialties from hospitals, clinics, and practices nationwide. Listings updated daily. Registration required to use the site. Free to job-seekers.

MedicalWorkforce.com — a great site for medical professionals, where you can search job listings (by location and job category), post your resume, and register for a job matching alert. Also includes continuing education resources, a career center, and healthcare-related links. No cost to job-seekers.

MediCenter.com — a job site for professionals in all aspects of the healthcare industry, from patient care to insurance and billing. Job-seekers can browse or search (by specialty, salary, job type, location, and keyword) current job listings as well as post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

medreps.com — a job site for job-seekers searching for jobs in sales management, marketing, pharmaceutical, and medical sales jobs. Job-seekers can browse or search job listings (by location, compensation, job function, market segment), as well as register for a job-search agent. Fee-based.

MedZilla — a leading job site exclusively for job-seekers in seeking jobs in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, science, medicine, and healthcare. Several thousand jobs listed. Job-seekers can post your resumes and CVs, search for jobs, and sign up for a job matching service. Free to job-seekers.

MDJobSite.com — where physicians can search thousands of job openings, register for email notifications of new opening in your specialty, and post your CV. Job-seekers can also find profiles of employers, contact information of state medical boards, and other resources. Free to job-seekers.

MyDentalJobs.com — a job site for dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants, and dental front office staff seeking either temporary or permanent positions, where job-seekers can search jobs (by job title and location) as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.

MyNurseJobs — a job site for all types of nurses, including RNs, LPNs,pediatric, staff, traveling, and nursing supervisors and management. Job-seekers can search for jobs by state and job category as well as find career advice and nursing links and resources. Free to job-seekers.

The New Social Worker Online — an online magazine (with companion print version) for social work students and recent graduates that includes information for social workers worldwide on social work careers, jobs, and practice. A fantastic starting place to find links to all the social work education, career, and job links and resources you need to succeed. Free to job-seekers.

Nursemp.com — where nurses and other healthcare professionals can search job listings (by specialty and location), as well as post your CV and register for a job-search agent. Also includes recruiter directory and medical resources sections. No cost to job-seekers.

Nurses123.com — where nurses can find job listings at medical facilities and research centers, as well as information on nursing careers and travel nursing. Job-seekers can post your resume or browse job listings. No cost to job-seekers.

Nurse-Recruiter.com — where you can find every type of nursing job (including hospital, travel, agency, office, clinic, long-term care, camp, and more). Job-seekers can search or browse job postings, as well as create a job-alert agent. Also includes a great collection of links to nursing-related resources. No cost to job-seekers.

Nursetown.com — a job site for nursing professionals throughout the U.S. and Canada, where job-seekers can browse job listings by location, find helpful nursing-related articles, and join nursing-related discussion boards. Also includes free nursing newsletter. No cost to job-seekers.

NurseUniverse.com — where nursing professionals — RNs and LPNs, entry-level or experienced — can search job listings (by state and discipline), as well as post your resume. Other resources include nursing school information, articles, and message boards. Free to job-seekers.

Nursing Job Hub — a job site for travel nursing job opportunities. Job-seekers can search job listings (by certifications, specialty, and location) as well as register your profile. No cost to job-seekers.

nursing-jobs.com — a job site for registered nurses (RNs) and nurse management candidates only, that provides (unadvertised) job postings via email for job-seekers searching for permanent, temporary, and travel opportunities. Also includes nationwide nursing salary information. Free to job-seekers.

Nursing Jobs — where nurses looking for permanent, travel, or per diem nursing jobs throughout the U.S. can browse job listings by state. Registration is required to fully use site. No cost to job-seekers.

Nursing Spectrum — a complete career resource for nursing professionals (and for those thinking of a nursing career). Job-seekers can search job postings (by specialty, location, and keyword). Great information and resources for helping current nursing professionals manage your career as well as for students wanting to learn more about a career in nursing. Free to job-seekers.

PharmaceuticalJobs-usa.com — serving the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and pharmaceuticals-related fields. Job-seekers can search jobs, post your resume and personal profile (with anonymous option), use a job search agent, and take advantage of various career tools. Must register to use the site. Free to job-seekers.

PharmaOpportunities — a great job site for the pharmaceutical, biotech, life science, healthcare industries, where job-seekers can search for job listings (by keyword, location, industry), post your resume, review company profiles, and create job alerts. Also includes links to a wide variety of career tools. No cost to job-seekers.

PharmWeb — includes many resources, but most important for job-seekers is a listing of job vacancies in science and the health professions. Lots of other resources, including a directory of pharmacy schools.

PhyJob.com — an employment recruitment Web site for physicians looking for employment information and practice opportunities. Job-seekers can submit your Curriculum Vitae in strict confidence. Free to job-seekers.

PhysEmp.com: Physician Employment — where physicians of all specialties can search job listings (by specialty and location) or browse by specialty. Apply to job listings by uploading your CV into application form. Free to job-seekers.

PhysicianDepot.com/ — where physicians can search job postings from hundred of employers and recruiters (by speciality, location, and duration) as well as register for a job alert system. Also includes helpful resources for physicians, such as medical associations and state licensing information. Registration is required to do just about anything on this site. No cost to job-seekers.

PhysicianWork.com — a leading physician employment resource, where doctors of all specialties can search the jobs database, post an online profile, and access other key resources. Registration is required to gain access to any of these services. Free to job-seekers.

podiatristjobs.com — a great site for podiatrists or job-seekers considering podiatry as a career. Job-seekers can search for jobs, post your resume or confidential career profile, register for a job search agent, review salary information, and read employer profiles. Free to job-seekers.

Pohly’s Net Guide: Healthcare Employment Resources — a great collection of employment resources and links in the healthcase field — developed by someone who has just gone through the job-hunting process.

Recruitech — a global search firm that specializes in the pharmaceutical, clinical research, biotech, and bioengineering industries.

RNvip.com — a job site for traveling nurses, where you can learn all there is to know about becoming a traveling nurse as well as research the top travel nursing companies in the industry — and apply to all with just one application. No cost to job-seekers.

RTjobs.com — a job site for radiology professionals, where job-seekers can search (by country, position, job type) radiology jobs and radiation oncology jobs as well as post your resume. Also includes section of relevant links. No cost to job-seekers.

SocialService.com — a great place for social workers and other social service professionals to start looking for a social service or social work job, whether in mental health, substance abuse, children and youth, medical social work, criminal justice, domestic violence, counseling, community organizing and outreach, homelessness or a variety of other areas. Browse job openings by state and post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

TherapyJobs.com — designed to be a central site to service therapy job candidates and students. Includes resources for Speech Therapy (including Audiology), Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Respiratory Therapy, Radiation Therapy, Massage Therapy, and Music Therapy. Free to job-seekers.

Worldwide Medical Services — specializing in placing doctors and mid-level professionals into hospitals, clinics, and offices natonwide.

Green & Energy Related  Employment Search Sources

Empowering Green Jobs — helps job-seekers find best jobs in the green, green-collar, sustainable energy career sectors. Search and apply for green jobs, read green industry news, review green-related career books, and find green links. No cost to job-seekers.  A joint venture of Quintessential Careers and EmpoweringJobSites.com.

CleanTechRecruits — a job site for the clean tech and renewable energy sectors (including green construction, solar energy, wind energy, biofuels, and more), where job-seekers can search job listings (by job function, employment type, location, keywords), as well as post your resume and register for email job-alerts. No cost to job-seekers.

Cool Climate Jobs — a great source for climate change, renewable energy, and green collar jobs in the U.S. and around the world. Job-seekers can browse the latest job postings as well as sign up for weekly newsletter with the latest job postings. No cost to job-seekers.

EnvironmentalCAREER.com — a green jobs site where job-seekers can find job listings from leading environmental employers. Search job listings (by keyword, location, job category), post your resume, register for a job-search agent, and information on local green career and job fairs. No cost to job-seekers.

GreenBiz.com: Green Jobs — where job-seekers who are searching for jobs with employers with a focus on green, cleantech, and sustainable business practices can browse or search job postings (what, where), post your resume, and find some career resources. No cost to job-seekers.

Green Energy Jobs — where job-seekers looking for employment in renewable energy can browse job listings from around the world, post your resume or CV, and find a comprehensive green energy careers guide. No cost to job-seekers.

Greenjobs.com — where job-seekers search for renewable energy jobs can browse or search job listings (by keyword, location, job category), post your resume, and register for a weekly job listing update newsletter. No cost to job-seekers.

Green Jobs Network — a great site, whose mission is connecting job-seekers searching for jobs that focus on environmental and social responsibility with available opportunities and resources. Browse or search job listings (by keywords, company, location), as well as utilize a host of other resources, including green job e-mails, green job fairs, green networking group, green collar blog, and more. No cost to job-seekers.

Renewable Energy Jobs — where job-seekers searching for jobs in solar power, wind energy, hydro, geothermal, wave, tidal, biomass and biofuels, as well as many other emerging clean energy technologies and subsectors can search job listings (by keyword, sector, job function, location), as well as post your resume or CV. No cost to job-seekers.

SolarJobs.us — a solar energy job site, where job-seekers can browse of search job listings (by keyword, location, job type), post your resume, and register for a job-search alert. No cost to job-seekers.

SustainableBusiness.com: Dream Green Jobs — a job site that specializes in connecting job-seekers with business skills with environmentally conscious employers. You can browse or search job listings (by location, job category, and skill level). No cost of job-seekers.

SustainLane.com: Green Collar Jobs — where job-seekers searching for a green job can browse a growing collection of job listings around the U.S., as well as tips for finding a job in a green economy. No cost of job-seekers.

TreeHugger.com: Green Jobs — where job-seekers who are searching for green jobs can browse or search job postings (what, where), as well as register for a green job alert. No cost to job-seekers.

WindJobs.org — a job site for the wind industry, for all job-seekers (including windsmiths, engineers, executives, etc.) searching to develop your careers at companies in wind business. Browse or search job listings (by keyword, location, job type), post your resume, and register for a job-search alert. No cost to job-seekers.

AAFA: Careers and Jobs Search Firms — from the American Association of Finance and Accounting, a site geared to the placement of accounting and finance professionals.

accjobs.com — a job site for UK accounting and finance professionals, where job-seekers can search hundreds of job listings (by keyword, type of job, location, salary), as well as received new job listings via email. Also includes numerous other features, including industry news and events, forums, and more. Free to job-seekers.

Accounting.com — where accounting professionals can search job listings (by category, location, company, keywords), post your resume, participate in discussion groups/forums, and find professional development resources. No cost to job-seekers.

AccountingBoard.com — where accounting professionals can search for a new job (by posting date, job type, location, and keywords), post your resume, register for a job agent, and review key employer company profiles. Free to job-seekers.

Accounting Career Network — where job-seekers search for accounting, finance, audit, and tax jobs can search job listings, post your resume, register for a job alert, and find recruiters. Registration is required to access any information on the site. No cost to job-seekers.

AdJobsInc.com — a site where advertising professionals — and aspiring advertising professionals — can search for jobs (by job, location, keywords), post your resume, and research employers. Job types include full-time, freelance and temping, as well as internships. Free to job-seekers.

Advertising Jobs — job postings and position wanted postings, sponsored by Advertising Media Internet Center (AMIC). Must be a member to access job information, but membership is free.

AllRetailJobs.com — a site specifically focused on all types of retail jobs and careers. Job-seekers can search for hourly or managerial jobs (by job category, industry, keywords, location) and post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

American Marketing Association Career Center — a great job board for marketing professionals, where you can search for job postings (by location, job level, keywords), post your resume, and find loads of other career and job-search resources. Free to job-seekers.

AwesomeAccountants.com — a job site for accounting professionals, where job-seekers must register to use the site — which matches your resume with existing job openings based on your criteria. Free to job-seekers.

BankingBoard.com — a job board specializing in the mortgage, banking, title, escrow and real estate industries, where job-seekers can search for job listings (by job category, location, keywords) and post your resume. Also includes some career tips. No cost to job-seekers.

BankJobs.com — where job-seekers looking for employment in banking or the financial services industry can post your resume or search the jobs database, where thousands of listings are updated weekly. Free to job-seekers.

BenefitsLink — a great collection of employee benefits resources, including the latest articles about benefits, a Q&A benefits column, benefits vendor listings, message boards, job and resume postings for benefits professionals, and more. Free to job-seekers.

BookkeeperJobs.com — where bookkeeping professionals can search for a new job (by posting date, job type, location, and keywords), post your resume, register for a job agent, and review key employer company profiles. Free to job-seekers.

BrokerHunter.com — an employment Website for job-seekers within the securities industry segment of the financial services industry, where securities, insurance, and banking professionals can browse or search job listings (by position, location, and firm), as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.

CareerBank.com — where job-seekers can search accounting, finance, and banking job listings (by keyword and location), as well as post your resume. Also includes other key reference material and information for accounting and finance professionals. Free to job-seekers.

Careers in Business — designed to help you get started on a satisfying career in the business world, including such things as the latest scoop on various business career areas including salaries, what people are saying about certain careers, and entry requirements. Free to job-seekers.

Careers in Marketing — full of interesting resources for job-seekers looking to gain more knowledge about careers in marketing. Includes links, books, and great information. Free to job-seekers.

Cargo Jobs Online — where job-seekers searching for jobs in air cargo, marine cargo, customs brokerage, import, export, supply chain, cargo shipping, and logistics and freight distribution can search job listings (by keyword, industry, function, location) as well as post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

ContractJobs.com — a job site for negotiating specialists, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, position, job category, location) for contract/contracts management positions as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.

CPG Job List — a job site for Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) executives seeking new opportunities. Job-seekers can search job listings (by category, company, source), post your resume, and register for job alerts. Also includes industry news and some career resources. No cost to job-seekers.

CreditJobsToday.com — where job-seekers in the trade credit industry can search for all types of jobs (by position, company size, location, and keywords), post your resume (confidentially), and use a job agent that will email you job opportunities. Apply directly to jobs via email. Free to job-seekers.

DataShaping.com — a job board for analytic professionals, with backgrounds in data mining, statistics, data analysis, SAS and statistical programming, quant, computer science, artificial intelligence, biostatistics, web analytics, risk management, econometrics, decision science. Post your resume, search job listings, register for monthly email job alerts. No cost to job-seekers.

directmarketingcareers.com — where direct marketing professionals can search job listings and/or sign up for a job matching service that emails you when new jobs are posted that could be a fit.

eFinancialCareers — a great site for banking and financial market jobs, where job-seekers can browse or search (by keywords, sector, and location) job listings, as well as post your resume. Also includes investment banking, asset management and securities communities hiring news, industry developments, and pay trends. No cost to job-seekers.

Financial Job Network — devoted exclusively to global job opportunities for financial executives and college grads.

FindMortgageJobs — where mortgage industry job-seekers can seek mortgage employment nationwide by searching job postings (by keywords, job function, industry, state), creating an online profile, and establishing a job alert to notify you of new job listings. No cost to job-seekers.

Glocap.com — a recruiting job site for investment professionals, technical job-seekers, and lawyers and attorneys. Job-seekers register with the site and then are sent emails with job listings — which you can then apply for through the Website. No cost to job-seekers.

Great Insurance Jobs — where job-seekers can find jobs in the insurance industry. Job-seeker can search job listings (by career interest, insurance discipline, location, and keywords), as well as post your resume and find employer profiles and career links. Free to job-seekers.

HR Job Net — designed for human resource professionals. HR job-seekers can post your resume or search job listings. Free to job-seekers.

IFSjobs.com — a niche job site for the insurance and financial services industry, where job-seekers can search for jobs (by industry, location, job category, and keyword), post your resume, and register for a job alert notification. Free to job-seekers.

iHireAccounting — a job site for accounting professionals, where you can search for job listings (by job title, location, and salary) as well as post your resume. Job-seekers must register and post profile/resume to use site. Part of the iHireJobNetwork. Free to job-seekers.

iHireBanking.com — a job site for banking professionals, where you can search for job listings (by job title, location, and salary) as well as post your resume. Job-seekers must register and post profile/resume to use site. Free to job-seekers.

InsuranceJobChannel — where insurance industry professionals (including sales, underwriting, brokerage, and more) can search job listings (by region and job function), as well post your resume. Job-seekers can also browse directly to more than 1,000 insurance company career centers. Free to job-seekers.

Insurance Sales Jobs — where both experienced salespeople and entry-level job-seekers can look for career opportunities in insurance sales. Job-seekers can search job listings (by insurance discipline, state, keywords), as well as post your resume. Free to job-seekers.

J. Carson & Associates — a nationwide exective search firm for the marketing research industry. Positions include analysts through executives.

Job Search Digest — a job site for finance professionals, where job-seekers can subscribe to a job listings service, find niche recruiters, and read career-related advice in three specific categories: hedge funds, private equity, and investment banking. No cost to job-seekers for basic service, but fee-based for full access.

Jobs4HR.com — a job site for human resource professionals, where you can search for job listings (by job category, location, keyword), post your resume, register for a job-search agent, find career fairs, and obtain career resources. No cost to job-seekers.

Jobs4Sales.com — a career and recruiting site for sales professionals, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, state, job category, and job class), browse jobs, and post your resume. Also includes numerous career resources. Free to job-seekers.

jobsinthemoney — a job site dedicated to finance and accounting professionals, where job-seekers can search (by keywords and job category) for jobs in the finance, accounting, banking, investment, and insurance fields, post your resume confidentially, and find key finance career resources such as salary information. Free to job-seekers.

LenderCareers — where real estate finance (mortgage) professionals can search for job listings (by category, level, location, and keywords), post your resume (with confidential option), and create an email job update profile. Includes some good career and training resources. Free to job-seekers.

ManufacturingJobs.com — where job-seekers at all levels (from entry-level to executive) looking for employment in all areas of the manufacturing sector can search for job postings (by job function, industry, location, and keywords), as well as post your resume and register with a email job agent. Free to job-seekers.

MarketingHire.com — a great job site for marketing professionals seeking marketing, public relations, and sales positions. Job-seekers can search job listings (by location, type, keywords) and post your resume. Also includes a growing career tools section. No cost to job-seekers.

Marketing Jobs — a service that posts professional marketing and sales employment opportunities.

MarketingManager.com — a job site for marketing and sales professionals who are looking for managerial positions in the U.S. and internationally. Job-seekers can browse job listings. Part of CareerMarketplace Network. Free to job-seekers.

Market Research Job & Resume Center — where job-seekers looking for market research jobs or jobs within market research companies can post your resumes and browse or search for job openings. Free to job-seekers.

MBA Jobs — from Quintessential Careers. A collection of resources for MBAs to help you find a job in the career of your choice — with links to the best job sources for MBAs.

MortgageBoard.com — where mortgage professionals can search for jobs (by job category, location, work type, and keywords) as well as post your resume. Includes links to employers Websites, so you can conduct research. Part of TheBoardNetwork.com. Free to job-seekers.

MortgageJobs.com — a division of Concorde Personnel, Inc., specializing in the recruitment, screening, and placement in all levels in all areas of mortgage banking, including management, underwriting, processing, sales, and others. Includes job listings database, and job-seekers can post their professional profile.

National Banking Network (NBN) — the oldest and largest association of independently-owned recrutiing firms specializing in the banking and financial services marketplace. At the NBN site, job-seekers can locate a recruiter, search the NBN jobs database, find valuable links to other sites, and much more!

Operations-Jobs.com — a job site for job-seekers looking for jobs in manufacturing, operations, production, transportation, logistics, supply chain, and procurement. Job-seekers can browse or search job listings (by keyword, category, location, employment type), post your resume, as well as set up an email job-alert. No cost to job-seekers.

QUANTster.com — a job site for quantitative and analytics professionals, where job-seekers can find job postings in quantitative fiance, financial engineering, data mining, risk management, quantitative research, business analytics, and more. No cost to job-seekers.

SalesAnimals — a top site for sales professionals seeking new jobs, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, location), post your resume (with confidential option), register for job alerts, find career advice, and review sales resources. No cost to job-seekers.

SalesCareersOnline.com — a job site directed at sales and marketing professionals, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, industry, and location), post your resume, register for a job-search agent, and find career resources and tools. No cost to job-seekers.

SalesHeads.com — an interesting job and career site for sales and marketing job-seekers, where you can post your resume and search for job listings (by keywords, location, company, and job category), as well as find informative career advice and links. Free to job-seekers.

SalesJobs.com — where sales professionals can search for all types of sales jobs (by industry, state, keywords) or post your resume. Job listings include date posted. Also includes useful links for salespeople. Free to job-seekers.

Sales-Marketing-Jobs.com — where you can find sales, marketing, and advertising jobs. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keyword, location, category, employment type), post your resume, and register for job alerts. No cost to job-seekers.

SalesProfile — an innovative job-search 2.0 Website for sales professionals, where job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords, state, region) and/or create a multimedia profile, deliver a 30-second elevator pitch video, and complete an optional online behavioral assessment. Can also find industry news, user forums, and other tools and resources. No cost to job-seekers.

SalesTrax — a great job site for sales professionals, where you can post your resume, search job listings (by location, job type, and keywords), and register for a career fair. The site specializes in sales jobs for the pharmaceutical, medical, technical, industrial, financial services industries. Also includes career resources. No cost to job-seekers.

StartHereGoPlaces.com — a great job site for high school and college students interested in a career in accounting. High school students can get tips on preparing for college while college students can find information on careers, job openings, and CPA certification. From the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Free.

Supply Chain Recruit — a job site dedicated to purchasing, logistics and supply chain management. Job-seekers can search for jobs (by location, industry, salary, and keywords), create an email job-search agent, as well as post your resume/CV. Also includes salary information for supply chain professionals. Free to job-seekers.

Talent Zoo — a great site for advertising professionals. Job-seekers can search or browse job listings, as well as post your resume, read current industry news, get expert advice from industry professionals, use a salary monitor and other career resources, subscribe to receive e-mail updates, and more. Mostly free to job-seekers.

TaxJobs.biz — a job board for CPAs, accountants and tax professionals, where job-seekers can search job postings (by occupation or job type), as well as register for job alerts via email alerts or RSS Feed. No cost to job-seekers.

Tax Talent.com — where tax professionals can search job listings (by location, tax specialty, location, job title, keyword), post a confidential resume, register for a job alert, and find or become a mentor. Also includes a career forum and salary information. No cost to job-seekers.

TigerJobs.com — jobs for people at all levels (from entry-level to executive management) in marketing, advertising, and sales careers. Job-seekers can post your resume and/or search for jobs. Free to job-seekers.

Top Sales Jobs — a job site for sales professionals, where you can find career advice related to finding a new job and sales training, search for jobs (by keywords, location, job type), post your resume, and register for a job-search alert. No cost to job-seekers.

TopSalesPositions — a great site for sales professionals, where job-seekers can search for job listings (by keywords, industry, location), post your resume, and register for a job-search agent. No cost to job-seekers.

Unicru — where job-seekers looking for full-time and part-time hourly jobs from major employers — many in retail — can search for jobs by location and type, and then apply online. Includes a job matching service for members. Also include articles on career and financial topics. Free to job-seekers.

WallStjobs — a career site dedicated exclusively to the banking and brokerage community, and currently serving the New York, Boston, Chicago and Washington D.C. Metro areas. Job-seekers can search for jobs and post your resume — though registration is required to use any of the site. Free to job-seekers.

 Journalism Job and Employment Resources

  • inkygirl — a Weblog for writers written by a Toronto-based freelance writer, where writing professionals can find daily entries related to daily job updates as well as writing-related resources. Job-seekers can search job listings. Free to job-seekers. 
  • JobLink for Journalists — a free guide to employment opportunities in journalism. 
  • JournalismJobs.com — averages several hundred job openings in print, broadcast, and online media — with some of the best small and large media companies in the U.S. Job-seekers can search for jobs, internships, and fellowships, as well as post your resume. Also provides a job notification service. In association with the Columbia Journalism Review. Free to job-seekers. 
  • mediabistro — this site (formerly HireMinds) is for any job-seeker who creates or works with media, including: editors, writers, television producers, graphic designers, production, and circulation professionals working in book publishing, magazines, television, radio, newspapers, online media, advertising, PT, and graphic design. Free to job-seekers. 
  • National Diversity Journalism Job Bank — includes job postings, internship opportunities, and other journalism-related job links for anyone interested in a career in journalism, though its emphasis is in helping women and minorities. 
  • Sunoasis — job listings for writers, editors, and copywriters. Includes a tutorial: Writer’s Guide to Finding Jobs Online. Both employers and job-seekers can place (paid) classifieds. 
  • The Write Jobs — a job board that maintains listings of current employment opportunities for those with writing skills. Positions listed include journalism, editorial, staff writing, freelance, technical writing, etc. Free.  
  • Writing Career — a site that offers valuable advice on career training, career education, and changing careers aimed at writers and freelance writers. Job-seekers can browse freelance job postings, as well as find useful career information and resources. No cost to job-seekers.
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