HOT: Health Occupations and Technology Careers The HOT
Guide is produced by the Connecticut Area Health Education Centers, which work
to promote health careers to students. The guide features information on
over 80 health-related careers, including information on: the average annual
salary in Connecticut, what schools offer programs/degrees in the field, what the future of the
careers is, and whether you need a license or certification for the career.
The Monster Board, claims to give free access to over 50,000 jobs.
NationJob.com Be sure to give PJ Scout a chance to find you a list of jobs.
CareerBuilder.com Be sure to visit the Career Advisor,
which includes personality inventories, examples of resumes, etc.
Net-Temps, links to thousands of job opportunities in diverse fields.
NowHiring.com, general career and job seeking website.
America's Job Bank, has a very useful search engine. A joint .
effort of the U.S. Department of Labor and state employment offices.
JobBank USA Job Bank will distribute your resume, free of charge, for six months.
JobWeb, provided by the National Association of Colleges and
Employers. Lots of information here, including full-text articles on job searching strategies and
company information. Also, check out their online magazine
The EmploymentGuide.com Good primarily for technical and professional jobs.
State of Connecticut Department of Labor, with news
releases, labor market information, employment services, unemployment services, etc.
CareerMag.com Be sure to check out Career's
Job Search Issues, an online bulletin board, discussion group.
TheBlack Collegian Online, the online presence of the
26-year-old print version -- lots of articles and features on career searching.
Saludos.com, especially for Hispanic
job-seekers, this site includes an online magazine on job-search strategies, tips, etc.
First Steps in the Hunt
CareerDevelopmentCenter, job surfer,
etc., from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
CoolWorks, links to more than 20,000 jobs in the
nationwide group of 300 companies that puts computer consultants in touch with contract
FutureScan.com, an online magazine about job searching,
career opportunities. Full-text articles.
Resources developed by Capital Community College
used with permission