CareerBuilder has evolved into one of the larger and more dynamic sites for job and career information. Registration is free of charge and allows a job seeker to store a resume online without posting it in the database. Registered users can create up to five personal search profiles to track new jobs added to the database, and an e-mail message can be generated to a user when a match is discovered.
College Grad Job Hunter
This website, based on the book of the same title, is a cornucopia of resources and information to guide college students and others through a complete job search. It has job databases for those seeking internships, entry-level job seekers and experienced job seekers as well as a searchable database of more than 8,000 employers. It also offers advice on careers, the job search, resume preparation and more.
IMDiversity is a one-stop career and self-development site devoted to serving the cultural and career-related needs of all minorities. Sponsored by The Black Collegian, this is an excellent resource for all minority and diversity candidates. The many “villages” include resources and information specific for each group, and those without a separate village can find information in the global village.
Monster.com is probably the most recognized name in the online job search industry. It offers an impressive variety of job and career resources for everyone from college students to contractors to chief executives; most are served with their own communities that include job listings and career advice. It also offers several industry/job field communities, including healthcare, human resources and finance.
Formerly known as JobTrak, this site has joined the Monster.com community. As in the past, users must be affiliated with a member college or university in order to access the job postings on this site. Students and alumni should call the career center for access information. This site has been cited as an excellent resource for executive as well as entry-level opportunities.
This site features an impressive collection of job openings, company information and a variety of ways to search the database. It divides into many sources of occupation- and/or industry-related resources, creating an excellent source of information for all.
Recruiter’s Online Network
This network is “an association of executive recruiters, search firms and employment professionals around the world who have created a virtual organization on the Internet.” Job seekers can search the database of openings posted by the participating recruiters, post their resumes for consideration by all members and search for recruiters working with a particular industry or occupational field for direct contact. This site also includes tips on job hunting and articles on using recruiters in the job search.
Top Echelon is a cooperative network of more than 1200 recruiters. It has some good listings ranging from entry level to the six-figure range. Users can also search the recruiter listings and contact some of the recruiters directly.
Search for jobs by keyword, job category or location. Registered users of Yahoo! can also store searches and more than one resume on this site.
Deepsweep is a free nonprofit job board that includes job postings from all walks of the nonprofit sector. Positions advertised include entry-level vacancies and career opportunities for seasoned, nonprofit staff as well as senior-level executives.
JamminJobs.com is a national job board that lists thousands upon thousands of open positions nationwide. In addition to jobs, it claims to provide the articles and resources for both the job seeker and employers alike to meet all their employment needs.
OpportunityKnocks.org is a leading national online job site focused solely on the nonprofit community. The services offered by OpportunityKnocks.org are fast, easy and cost-effective for both employers and job seekers.
Womens Job List
This site provides career advancement for professional women, with free, anonymous resume posting.