An excellent resource for occupational and career information, providing profiles on a majority of jobs in the United States that describe the work environment, education and training needed, ten year outlook, and median pay for workers.
From the U.S. Department of Labor, O*Net Online is a comprehensive career exploration and job analysis database with in-depth information on over 1,000 occupations across the U.S. economy. Search by keyword, browse by career area, or even take a quiz in the "Interest Profile" to help match work to individual areas of interest.
the CalJobs database is sponsored by the State of California's Employment Development Department (EDD), and is considered to be our state's primary labor exchange where employers and qualified workers are matched. You can search CalJobs for listings of open positions across California, plus upload your resumé and cover letter. You can even apply for open positions from within the CalJobs portal.
EastBay Works offers self-directed and staff-assisted services for job seekers. Their staff can help with 1-on-1 career counseling, skills assessments, job training opportunities, job placement, and much more. Contact their job centers for more information.
The SPEDC offers workshops, training, and classes for businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals. Their aim is to provide paths to gainful employment in areas of the economy that are stable or growing so that the local workforce is capable, adaptable and able to advance careers.
Indeed.com is one of the largest and most popular job-seeking resources available online. Employers pay to list their available job opportunities with this website. Job-seekers can upload their resumés and search for open job opportunities in their area.
Ranked by Apollo Technical, a job placement agency. This webpage describes in useful detail many of the most popular job search websites out there and what their strengths are, plus many niche job search websites that specialize in careers such as healthcare, IT, accounting.