Research Center: Careers and Job Hunting
Ferguson's Career Guidance Center
Provides personalized, step-by-step assistance for job seekers at all experience and education levels—from exploring and matching suitable occupations from over 1,000 detailed occupation profiles to finding available jobs in their area from a database of over 5 million up-to-date job postings. The site also has tutorials for a variety of computer software.
USA Jobs: The Federal Government's Official Jobs Site
Files created by the Office of Personnel Management are used at this site to provide Federal job listings.
New Jersey Civil Service Commission (formerly the Dept. of Personnel)
State, County, and Municipal jobs for the State of New Jersey and Civil Service test announcements.
Workforce New Jersey Public Information Network
Information regarding New Jersey employment for the job seeker, student, and employer.
America's Job Bank
Operated by the U.S. Department of Labor and linked to 1800 employment offices.
The Monster Board
More than 400,000 job opportunities, worldwide (more than 1,500 international employers) makes these the largest online jobs databases on the Web. You can search by company name, location, discipline, industry, job title, or combinations of these. The employer overview gives some background information into the company selected, the products and services, and employee benefits.
NJ.com: Best local jobs
This site from New Jersey Online allows you to search the classifieds of six New Jersey newspapers: the Star-Ledger, Trenton Times, Jersey Journal, Gloucester County Times, Bridgeton News, and Today's Sunbeam (Salem County).
Career Transition Partnership
The CTP is an interfaith community, business and industry partnership created to provide free services to the unemployed and under-employed of the South Jersey and Philadelphia Areas. Their site contains information about upcoming events and a quick search feature for local jobs.
Job Choices 2012
About to graduate and enter the job market? Get resume and interview tips, and learn how to market yourself to employers. From the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
The Riley Guide
Very comprehensive guide that covers how to search for a job, writing resumes and cover letters, interviewing, and more. All services and resources included must provide free and open access to job information.