Job Hunting/Employment Education

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Employment Education

  • Ohio Means Jobs Clinton County Clinton County's one-stop employment and training center  
  • This supplement to the best-selling book What Color is Your Parachute? contains a wealth of career guidance
  • Occupational Outlook Handbook Provides in-depth information on hundreds of different types of jobs, as well as job search tips and job market information
  • Ohio Means Jobs New state site provides all-in-one starting point for a job search, including posting of resumes and searching for available positions. A PowerPoint presentation providing tips on how to use the site is available here (Download may take a few minutes)
  • O*NET Online Developed by the Department of Labor, serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information
  • SSCC Career & Counseling services  Resources from Southern State Community College


Job Hunting

  • The U.S.'s largest online job site is a good place to start for any job seeker
  • CareerOneStop Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, assists in exploring careers, writing resumes, interviewing and locating jobs
  • Cover letters Extensive advice on writing a cover letter from the book 200 Letters for Job Hunters
  • indeed Job search engine provides access to thousands of company career sites and job boards
  • Job-Hunt Provides a comprehensive listing of useful job-search resources and services available on the web
  • LinkUp  Features jobs taken from more than 22,000 company websites
  • Monster Online job site features hundreds of thousands of job postings, searchable by location, field or keyword
  • Preparing a Resume A detailed guide from the RPI Writing Center
  • ZipRecruiter Busy job site serves over 7 millions active job seekers each month


Small Businesses

  • Allbusiness  Sponsored by Dun & Bradstreet, site features articles, videos, podcasts, and blogs providing timely information for small business owners
  •  Provides extensive list of franchising opportunities that can sorted various ways
  • SCORE  The Service Corps of Retired Executives is a national association devoted to helping small owners form and develop their businesses
  • Small Business Grants  The federal government does not provide grants for starting and expanding a business, with the exception of non-commercial organizations, but this official government site provides sources for possible small business funds
  • U.S. Small Business Administration Helps small businesses understand their legal requirements and locate government services from federal, state and local agencies