Finding a new job can be tough. In fact, finding a new job is a full-time job. The information and links below provide some resources to assist you in your job search:
CareerOneStop is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Their website offers career resources and workforce information. They are the perfect place to go if you find yourself saying, “I need help deciding what career is best for me.”
Career One Stop Website: The Career One Stop homepage has links to different resources and job banks. There is also a service locater that will help you find a one stop career center near you.
Explore Careers This page provides career information allowing you to browse occupations and view different job options.
Education Training This is an education resource that includes information on college and training certification courses, apprenticeships, job corps centers, and more. There is also information on financial aid and scholarships.
Resume Advice This resource provides advice that will help you create and/or improve your resume and cover letter plus interviewing tips.
Salary and Benefits Tools are provided to help you compare wage and salary information. Topics like job relocation, paying for school and unemployment benefits are also covered.
Job Search Information on networking, finding potential employers and how to apply for jobs is offered.Military Transition Information for veterans and transitioning service members is provided.
Job-Applications.com - Find hundreds of online applications and printable job forms.
thejobheadquarters.com - Help Applying for Jobs.
MyJobApps.com - View job history and career links.
Job Search Advice
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o The Wall St. Journal
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www.5MillionGreenJobs.com Brand New Green Jobs Website includes Companies, large and small, offering green products and services.
Top 5 Fastest-Growing Careers for College Grads (National, 2006-2016) 1. Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 2. Computer Software Engineers, Applications 3. Personal Financial Advisors 4. Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors 5. Financial Analysts Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Best Companies to Work for in Southern California: American Fidelity Assurance, Ontario; Aeropostale, San Ysidro; Build-A-Bear, Anaheim; DreamWorks Animation, Glendale; Four Seasons Hotels, Beverly Hills; Genentech, Oceanside; Intuit, San Diego/Woodland Hills; Mattel, El Segundo; Nordstrom, San Diego; and Qualcom, San Diego.
Top 10 Largest Employers in California: 1. 32nd St Naval Station in San Diego - US Navy. 2. UCLA Health System 3. UCLA (Los Angeles) 4. University Of California at Davis 5. Los Angeles County Sheriff in Monterey Park 6. Nestle USA in Glendale - Food manufacturing. 7. University Of Ca-San Francisco 8 Edwards AFB in Lancaster 9. University Of California – Berkeley 10. Sharp Memorial Hospital, San Diego.
Below are listed the Top 25 most frequently listed job titles across all Internet sites, gathered by SimplyHired.com and Indeed.com employment and trending organizations. 1. Physical Therapists 2. Occupational Therapists 3. Software Engineers 4. Sales Representatives 5. Occupational Therapy Assistants 6. Physical Therapy Assistants 7. Store Managers 8. Project Managers 9. Administrative Assistants 10. Sales Associates 11. Senior Software Engineers 12. Account Executives 13. Assistant Store Managers 14. Financial Advisors 15. Registered Nurses (RNs) 16. Healthcare Volunteers - unpaid positions. 17. Customer Service Representatives 18. Pharmacists 19. Application Architects 20. Procurement Managers 21. Business Analysts 22. Online Teachers - High School core courses. 23. Document Translators 24. Financial Analysts 25. Mechanical Engineers and Sytsems Engineers (tied)
Top California Job Listers: 1. IBM - IT 2. Kaiser Permanente - healthcare 3. US Air Force 4. California State Personnel Board 5. JPMorgan Chase 6. Medical Connections 7. Sutter Health 8. Google 9. Hospital Jobs Online 10. US National Guard 11. Critical Connection 12. Genentech 13. Pizza Hut 14. QUALCOMM 15. Locumtenens.com - healthcare 16. Soliant Health 17. Staples 18. Knowledge Learning - online education.
The State of California expects the following 20 job titles to increase in numbers by higher percentages than other occupations to 2016, although Healthcare related jobs will likely to increase after 2016 as well. (reference: State Occupational Projections). 1. Network Systems and Data Communications Analysts 2. Computer Software Applications Engineers 3. Forensic Science Technicians 4. Skin Care Specialists 5. Veterinary Technologists and Technicians 6. Home Health Aides 7. Occupational Therapist Assistants 8. Mathematical Scientists 9. Traffic Technicians 10. Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors 11. Physical Therapist Assistants 12. Pharmacy Technicians 13. Dental Hygienists 14. Substance Abuse and Behavioral Disorder Counselors 15. Dental Assistants 16. Veterinarians 17. Athletic Trainers 18. Special Education Teachers for Preschool through Elementary School Grades 19. Biomedical Engineers 20. Multi-Media Artists and Animators.