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Job Search and Career Resources in Northeastern New York   Tags: apprentice, business, career, careers, international, job, jobs, new york, resume, seasonal, vermont, volunteer  

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  • Bureau of Labor Statistics
    Occupational Outlook Handbook helps you find career information on duties, education and training, pay, and outlook for hundreds of occupations.
  • Career One Stop
    Career Exploration, training and job banks
  • Job Zone
    An interactive resource form the NYS Department of Labor
  • Jobs Express
    Current listings from the NYS Department of Labor
  • Learn How to Become
    After deciding on a dream career - time to land the job. This site seeks to clear up the career path questions students and job seekers might have. Take a look at their guidebooks for information on how to pursue and effectively search for a job. The site also ranks job search sites and lists their pros and cons.
  • Library Research Tools - Jobs and Careers
  • North Country One Work Source
    Business and Employment Centers and online resources.
  • LinkedIn
    This career networking site is ideal for professional job leads. You must establish an account, then you can build your network and reputation in your chosen field. Also see two tutorials on how to use LinkedIn below.
  • Tutorial: LinkedIn Basics
  • Queens Library LinkedIn Tutorial
  • LinkedIn Job Listings
    LinkedIn also has a job search tool where you can search for jobs in a selected geographical area or profession.

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So you need a job - we we are here to help! 

This guide is designed to help you sort through the massive amount of internet information and find the best reources to match you with the work that you want.  Start here for the most general job search sites or use the tabs above to look for more specific information. 


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