Helpful Job Search Websites
The most extensive database of job opportunities, including international jobs. You can sign up for a free account to post your resume and apply for jobs. You can upload your existing resume or let Monster help you build it and then save it as a Word document for printing.
Another extensive jobs database which allows you to post a resume and apply for jobs. A good source for local jobs as well.
A comprehensive job search engine which covers thousands of job sites and companies. You can search locally, too.
Another comprehensive job search engine which also includes newspaper classified ads.
LinkUp is a new and unique job search engine that only lists jobs taken directly from company websites.
Create, share and store your resume online for free.
Based on your skills and experience, this website will match you up with suitable Illinois employers. Enter your information and you are automatically contacted when opportunities arise.
For college students and recent grads who need help with job hunting, researching employers, and accepting offers.
Contains articles and links aimed at college students and recent graduates.
A professional networking website which helps you meet the people who can help you reach your goals. Sign up for a free account to connect with other professionals with skills and job experiences which are similar to yours.
Find out about unemployment insurance, placement services, job fairs, and training programs in Illinois.
A Wall Street Journal article featuring lots of websites to help you search for freelance opportunities in your area of expertise..
A magazine article exploring legitimate ways to earn money from home. Be aware that some home-based work opportunities are scams, however, and stay away from companies that charge you a fee to start working. If in doubt, you can always check a business with the.
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