Helpful Links - General Websites is a free service devoted to matching talent with opportunity.  4work offers sophisticated search tools for job seekers that help you pinpoint exactly what you and employers are looking for.

The Black Collegian Online provides cutting-edge information on career resources for Black collegians.  Job search strategies, graduate school opportunities, career and industry reports are explored. is an online source for career opportunities found in the site's Career Center. puts jobs in front of job seekers in print and on the Internet. is the nation's leading recruitment resource, with presence in more than 130 local newspapers and more than 26 million unique visitors to its newspaper websites each month. is a job board platform that had over 25 million job and resume searches last month and over 2.3 million job listings in client databases last month alone. is a 100% women-owned e-Recruiting network dedicated to helping top-quality candidates find the best career opportunities with the best companies, especially their sought-after, targeted Women, Diversity and MBA candidates. is part of a career network that is comprised of many national, regional and industry specific sites serving many different niches.  Visit to view a wide variety of websites.

CareerShop provides several free services to assist candidates with their job search.  Some of the services they provide include resume posting to their database, access to their job database, a personal job shopper service and resume assistance. assists job seekers and career changers by assembling a comprehensive listing of regional resources. is a centralized resource for job seekers and employers in the Chicago metropolitan area.  Updated daily, it aggregates job listing information from newspapers, employment and recruiting agencies and direct online listings. is an online version of the popular Chicago Reader's Help Wanted section published every Thursday.  This website identifies temporary, full-time and part-time job offerings, sorts hourly jobs according to pay, and breaks out jobs by popular categories. targets college students and recent graduates.  It is an ideal website for entry-level job searches.

The Daily Herald is a newspaper serving the suburban Chicago areas.  The newspaper's employment section can be viewed online as well as in print.

The Daily Southtown is a newspaper serving the southern Chicagoland and suburban areas.  The newspaper also features an online employment section.

For those seeking hourly positions, the website is an ideal site to search.  This site is focused on entry-level to middle-management positions across all industries nationwide.

Employrium features regional job listings for today's job seeker. presents a comprehensive directory of jobs found on the Web--direct from employer Websites.  Search a wide range of jobs from big and small companies, public and private organizations across the nation., a Yahoo! company, has revolutionized the way people manage their careers and the way companies hire talent.  Job seekers voted the "Best General Purpose Job Board for Job Seekers." - In one search, Indeed gives students free access - instantly, in a
single search - to millions of jobs and internships from hundreds of
job boards, newspaper classifieds and company websites. - here you will not find job postings for which you have to compete with dozens of other job applicants.  Instead, they search the internet for you, to find exactly how, when and where to apply to almost every major U.S. company directly.  Then they provide downloadable job application forms, and when those forms are not available they provide the direct links you need to apply with each company directly. puts you in touch with national and international job postings.  This site offers a variety of postings from industries in categories including Finance, Technology, Administrative Support, Healthcare, Human Resources, Management, Public Service, Hourly and Skilled.

LatPro created the first Hispanic/Latino and bilingual professional employment web site in 1997 and today is the leading job source for Spanish/English and Portuguese/English bilinguals throughout the Americas. 

Monster allows job seekers to search over 800,000 jobs, build and post resumes and access thousands of pages of career information and advice.  It is one of the most recognized and popular job search sites with national and international job postings.

MonsterTRAK, a division of Monster, connects employers with college students, recent graduates and career centers.  It is an excellent site to find jobs and internships and post resumes. offers job information related to a career in the military.

SnagAJob is the nation's largest part-time and full-time hourly job site.  It lists thousands of unique job opportunities for some of the nation's most well-respected companies across the country, and simplifies the hiring process by allowing job seekers to pre-interview with companies by entering information into a profile database.

Testmasters offers leading preparatory coursework for students interested in completing the LSAT.

TrueCareers is a site dedicated to degree-holding professionals in a variety of fields nationwide.

Women For Hire enables America's leading companies across all lines of business to have access to a coveted pool of talent in all disciplines.  This is a tremendous service at a time when workplace diversity is essential and recruiting is competitive. connects candidates with employers who are proactive in the quest to create a diverse workforce. is no cost to our candidates who include African and Asian Americans, disabled, forty-plus, gay and lesbian, Hispanic, Native Americans, veterans and women. This is a very valuable tool for job seekers.

ZoomJobs offers professional and executive listings at no cost to job seekers.  This site offers free services to registered members including private teleconferenced career planning services, private resume analysis and telephone consultations and a free evaluation of the job seeker's strengths and marketability.


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