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Career Resources

by Ron Kurtus (revised 7 March 2016)

The following are resources to help you in getting a job and advancing in your career.

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Job listing websites - Portal for technical job listings - Top portal for job listings

CareerJet - Employment search engine

CareerOneStop - Career portal from the U.S. Department of Labor

America's Job Bank - Job listings from every state - Find jobs and post resumes - Free classifieds site which offers jobs, internships, etc.

Quintessential Careers - Job site with helpful articles

Job Application Center - Shows how to apply directly to companies

Job Applications Online - Print out job applications for major businesses

Employment information

Career Education Advisor - Resources and information about the different educational options for career-minded working adults at online and campus school.

America's Career InfoNet - Employment trends, wages, and other labor market data

America's Service Locator - Public service offices with free information on finding a job and planning a career

Match Your Interests to Occupations

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Should I Be An Employee Or An Independent Contractor? - From

Self-employment: What to Know to be Your Own Boss

Self-Employment Assistance

Specific jobs

The Pros and Cons of Being a Real Estate Agent

How to Become a Certified Event Planner

How to Start a Small Construction or General Contracting Business - From SBA

Contractor Licensing Requirements - United States

How to Find a Job in Theology - Online Seminary Schools

How to Advance Your Career in Product Design Engineering

Education programs

MBA Online Program - Listing of various online MBA programs

Online MBA Guide and Resources - From Discover Business

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Career advice

CEO Live - Business and career advice from CEO's - Information for running a business and for moving ahead in your career.

1099: Magazine for Independent Professionals - Information for freelancers, consultants, and independents

Tools for Transition - Career counseling for a fee; site has some useful samples

Masters in International Business - Degree programs and information for international business students

Career Personality Test - From Sandbox Advisors in Singapore

Know Your Workplace Rights (pdf) - Dept. of Labor

Employers and Health Information in the Workplace

Guide for Employees with Disabilities and Their Employers

Emotional IQ and You - Career advice on using your emotional IQ; Univ. of Maryland

Interview questions

Common interview questions - Simple listing from

Commonly Asked Interview Questions -

100 potential interview questions -

Smart Answers to Common Job Interview Questions -

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Getting a job

The 50 Most Asked Questions From the Newly Unemployed by Cleon Cox

What Color Is Your Parachute? 2016: A Practical Manual for Job-Hunters and Career-Changers - Classic book series on getting a job

Top-rated books on Getting a Job

Top-rated books on Job Interviews

Advancing in your career

Top-rated books on Career Success

Top-rated books on Career Advancement

Top-rated books on Dealing with Boss


Get a good job

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