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New Year / New Job

Looking for a career change? Where to begin can be a daunting challenge. But thanks to these helpful sites and resources, you can start your search on the right track:

BilingualCareer.com — If you speak English and at least one other language, you can search this free job-listing site and find useful interviewing and resume preparation advice. (www.bilingualcareer.com)

CareerBuilder.com — This is one of the nation’s leading newspapers and job listings link. The site, which is free to job-seekers, also includes other valuable resources. (www.careerbuilder.com)

Career.com — This easy to use site offers jobs searchable by company, location, and discipline. Bonus: a listing of jobs for new college grads! (www.career.com)

CareerExposure.com — Check career categories directly from a variety of corporate Human Resources Web pages. Also offers tips about job hunting and career advancement. (www.careerexposure.com)

Careerjournal.com — This Wall Street Journal resource offers lots of job opportunities and great articles about applying for and getting the job you want. (www.careerjournal.com)

CareerMagazine.com — Career resources free to job-seekers; you can post your resume and search for your desired position. (www.careermagazine.com)

CareerShop.com — This free site provides job-seekers the opportunity to post resumes and search job listings. It also lists career fairs and career advice. (www.careershop.com)

CollegeJobBoard.com — A great resource for students and college grads where they can find internship, full or part-time work, search for scholarships and find job search tips. (www.collegejobboard.com)

EmploymentGuide.com — Search for jobs, post a resume and find career advice on this handy site. This site also offers a job listing of dozens of specific metropolitan areas, which is useful when geography has to be factored into the job hunt equation! (www.employmentguide.com)

Employment911.com — Review more than 350 major job sites and create an online resume that is posted to thousands of employers. Also includes tools, links, free email accounts, and other great resources. (www.employment911.com)

GrassIsGreener.com — A listing of more than 7 million jobs from a variety of job boards and corporate sites. Also includes resume posting and blasting services! (www.grassisgreener.com)

HotJobs.com — One of the most well-known sites, searches are available for all industries in all states. (www.hotjobs.com)

Indeed.com — A job search site of more than 500 places on the Web, including major job boards, newspapers and career centers. (www.indeed.com)

Job.com — Search thousands of jobs by industry, city, state, or specific position. (www.job.com)

Jobbankinfo.org — There are nearly a million job leads on this site. Post your resume for free, too! (www.jobbankinfo.org)

JobCenterUSA.com — Search for jobs by skills, location, industry and experience. (www.jobcenterusa.com)

Jobcentral.com — A national employment network to provide career opportunities in all levels and a variety of industries. (www.jobcentral.com)

JobGuru.com — A general job site where you can post multiple versions of your resume and use a job-search agent. (www.jobguru.com)

JobWarehouse.com — Job hunters in the computer/high-tech field can post resumes, search job openings, and use a search agent to find job matches. (www.jobwarehouse.com)

Monster.com — Probably the most well-known job sites on the Web, with hundreds of thousands of jobs worldwide. Includes career articles and advice and relocation services for job-seekers. (www.monster.com)

MyCareerSpace.com — Post up to five different resumes that you can then use to apply to job openings online. Also includes info on career expos, insurance, and more. (www.mycareerspace.com)

NowHiring.com — Post your resume and provide detailed information through an online interview! (www.nowhiring.com)

Prohire.com — One of the largest job sites on the Web, with more than 150,000 job listings worldwide. (www.prohire.com)

TopUSAJobs.com — A job site that lists the top jobs from numerous industries and a range of locations. (www.topusajobs.com)

USAJOBS.com — Offers employment opportunities with the United States Federal Government. Also includes tips for finding work with the government. (www.usajobs.com)

Vault.com — This site has more than 150,000 job postings from more than 20,000 employers. (www.vault.com)

WorkGiant.com — Search job postings, post your resume, and receive compensation for any referrals that lead to a new hire! (www.workgiant.com)

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