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Illinois workNet Center
This is the best place for Illinois' job seekers and businesses to connect to resources and services needed to be successful in the 21st century economy. I urge you to visit Illinois workNet today to get where you want to be tomorrow - on the road to success and a part of Illinois' first-class workforce.
Start your job search:
The Riley Guide
Anything to do with careers on the Internet, including a valuable A to Z index, can be found on this highly regarded career site.
The Job Hunters Bible
The online counterpart to the career book What Color Is Your Parachute? This site provides detailed information on conducting an effective Internet job search.
Local Job Searching:
McHenry County Area Job Listings
Job opportunities posted monthly from local area employers and McHenry County.
Search this local paper's classified section.
Definitive Chicago Area JobGuide
A clearinghouse of links for job listings, counseling assistance and resume tips developed by Skokie Public Librarian Frances Roehm.
Chicago Tribune CareerBuilder
Contains updated job listings from the Tribune along with detailed information on selected Chicago area employers.
Search jobs, submit resumes, and link to many resources for resume writing and salaries.
State of Illinois - Job Opportunities
Access to state agencies across Illinois and features Illinois Skills Match which matches your skills and requirements to listings.
National Job Searching:
America's Job Bank
Links to over 1,800 state employment service offices, with information on over 250,000 jobs.
Resume postings, salary surveys, trade show listings, corporate profiles with job openings.
Job listings from across the country and a personal search agent are among the features of this well-regarded job search site.
Wall Street Journal's career site for executives, managers and professionals.
One of the largest online job sites, offering thousands of job listings; specialized sections of job searching in health care, sales, finance, administrative support, retail and law.
Nation Job Network
Nation Job Network offers job listings and specialized features including a section promoting jobs in specific employment categories and information on individual companies.
Wanted jobs allows job searching and resume posting to multiple job sites at one time.
U.S. Government Job Searching:
USA Jobs from the Federal Government
The U.S. Government's official site for jobs and hiring information. Includes information on how to apply for federal government jobs.
Search abstracts of open U.S. Federal Government jobs as listed by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM).
America's Career InfoNet
Information on general career outlook, wage trends, state employment profiles and links to sites related to individual career fields.
Career Guide to Industries
This site provides information on careers by industry, including employment outlook.
O*Net provides information for over 950 occupations and includes skills, abilities, work activities, and interest associated with occupations.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
Source of career information that describes what workers do on the
jobs, working conditions, training and education needed, earnings and
U.S. News Online: Work & Career
Contains articles on all aspects of job searching and tools to help along the way.
Resume & Cover Letter Information
General Resume Help sites:
JobStar Resume Guide
Susan Ireland Resumes
Resumes and Cover Letters from the Riley Guide
Also, many of the above career info and job searching sites have sections devoted to resume creation and help.
Many resumes that are mailed will probably be scanned by the potential employer. For extensive information on this visit JobTrak.
Plain Text Resumes or EResumes:
Create plain text resumes that can be sent by email or cut and paste into web forms. For more information, visit The Riley Guide.
Resume books at the Cary Area Public Library
General Interview Help sites:
JobTrak: How to Interview Effectively
Monster Interview Quick Tips