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Career Resource Library
These resources and guides provide job searching guidance. Topics include resume and cover letter advice, tips on effective networking, and salary negotiation techniques. Includes sections on cover letters, evaluating a job offer, interviewing, job search guides, networking, portfolio development, resume guides, and salary negotiation.
CareerOneStop.org
Access over 1 million jobs, get labor market trends and tips, post your resume for thousands of employers, and much more.
Careers in the Military
The Department of Defense -- the largest U.S. employer -- offers many thousands of rewarding and challenging jobs, in hundreds of different fields, as a servicemember or as a civilian, throughout the United States and around the world.
Groovejob.com
Part Time Jobs, Teen Jobs, Student Jobs, Hourly Jobs, Summer Jobs.
jobweb.com
Career development and job search advice for new college graduates.
Monster.com
The biggest and most comprehensive internet job search engine on the web.
National H.I.R.E. Network
The National H.I.R.E. Network's mission  is to increase the number and quality of job opportunities open to people with criminal records.
National Young Worker Safety Resource Center
The National Young Worker Safety Resource Center (YWSRC) is a collaborative project of U.C. Berkeley's Labor Occupational Health Program (LOHP) and the Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC) in Massachusetts. The YWSRC provides training, technical assistance, and resource materials to state and community groups throughout the country.
State Workforce Development Agency Homepages
Find and connect with the workforce development agency in your state.
Summer Jobs for Teens, by Bankrate.com
Here's a package of stories to help teens hunt for a summer job, strengthen their interview skills or start their own business.
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