Job Postings and Advice

Find Your Next Job 

Lorain County Community College Career Link

Change to Job Posting Service - As of July 1, 2015, LCCC is utilizing College Central Network as the official resume and job posting service.  Local employers will post jobs exclusively to the school via the CCN site. Click the link below to visit the new site

LCCC Career Link Registration/Login Page
Online job-posting service from Lorain County Community College. Students, Alumni, and non-students can upload their résumé(s), and search and respond to job opportunities.

Ohio Means Jobs

http://www.ohiomeansjobs.com

Tools for your job search focused on resources specific to Ohio

Career Advice from Leading Employers

http://www.jobipedia.org

jobipedia.org is a public service provided by the HR Policy Association to help entrants into the workforce find jobs. Every answer you read on jobipedia℠ was written by someone from a large employer who actually hires employees for a living

Official Job Site of the United States Government

Check out these other helpful sites.

Choosing a Career
Career Exploration
Local Labor Market and Salary Information
Research the Employer

Job Search Techniques

Job Search
Career-Specific Job Search
https://www.usajobs.gov/   
USAJOBS  

 Engineering
www.graduatingengineer.com
Site provides job search resources for people in the technology field.

Entry Level
www.monsterTRAK.com
Connects employers with entry level professionals and also provides entry level advice for recent graduates. 

Monster
www.monster.com
Offers career advice and job postings for job seekers, as well as a search engine that is available for employers who are seeking candidates.

College Grads
www.collegerecruiter.com
This is a site for college students and graduates who are looking for internships, part-time jobs, summer employment, seasonal work, entry-level positions, and other career opportunities, as well as continuing education information.

Summer Jobs
www.summerjobs.com
This site is for employers and job seekers looking specifically for summer employment.

Hot Jobs
www.hotjobs.com
Career Tips and Job profiles.

 

Moving to Your Next Opportunity

Dislocated workers
www.doleta.gov/layoff
Department of Labor's official site for dislocated workers.  Provides helpful information on how to deal with the practical issues of job loss.

Professionals in Transition
http://www.jobsearching.org/
Information for those who have recently experienced a job loss or who are interested in changing careers after a period of time spent in one career.

 

Get Your Resume to the Decision-Makers 

Career Builder
http://www.careerbuilder.com/
Provides career advice, and the ability to find information on a specific employer.

True Careers 
http://www.truecareers.com/This site offers information on job in the US and international.  It also displays featured employers that are hiring.

Career Net
http://www.careers.org/
Provides links to career education, as well as links to jobs by state.

JobStar
http://www.jobstar.org/
This is Northern California's job search guide.  However it does provide a lot of information on careers.

Part-Time Jobs
http://www.snagajob.com/
This site provides a listing of part-time jobs.  The job seeker can enter a specific zip code to retrieve a list of part-time jobs in that area.

 

Keys to Success at Career Fairs

Job Fair Success

www.collegegrad.com/book/11-0.shtml
Great tips for attending career fairs.

Job Fair Central
http://www.jobfaircentral.com/
This site offers resources to help students prepare for job fairs.  There are also articles on the job market, personal finance and surviving college life.

10 Keys to Success at a job/career fair
www.quintcareers.com/job_career_fairs.html
Tips on how to be successful at a career fair.

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