Jobseeker Websites

To maximize the value of your online jobseeking time, this page lists some excellent websites to consider.

The Library has public computers that are available free of charge during regular Library hours.


  • Extensive descriptive links to job listing and advisory websites. Links to industry-specific sites are especially valuable.
  •  Powerful online networking for jobseekers and business people  Job listings and resume posting for executives and experienced professionals  Recent job advertisements from dozens of newspapers Many articles for job hunters, tables of average salaries and job listings  Local classifieds and forums for 450 cities worldwide   CT Dept. of Labor site for unemployment insurance, free classes, and more    Listings of New York industry-specific meetings and jobseeker events Job listings and sophisticated resume posting service Large database of jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities in non-profits  A comprehensive search engine for jobs on thousands of websites  Job site used by the Connecticut Department of Labor  Search for jobs in 6 job search sites at once, or link to 17 sites   A supplement to the book What Color is Your Parachute?   Online radio station for jobseekers  Job opportunities for candidates 40 and over  Federal Jobs Digest. “America’s federal employment newspaper”   Find job openings that match your skills and education  Monster Board job listings for the U.S. and other countries Job listings and directory of non-profit organizations Non-profit job listings and links to other sources of non-profit information  By the author of Job Searching Online for Dummies  Free and fee based job search resource for $40K+ job seekers   Job board used by LinkedIn.  Official job site of the U.S. federal government  Inside information on more than 3,000 companies