Job Search Tips & Resources
Looking for a job? These tips and resources can help you prepare your resume and cover letter, search for jobs and prepare for a job interview.
Resume, Interview & Job Search Tips
- RESUME & COVER LETTER TIPS
- RESUME TEMPLATES
- JOB SEARCH TIPS
- EMPLOYERS NOW HIRING
National Job Search Websites
There are many national websites that post jobs available locally, regionally and nationally. Some specialize in specific types of postings and others include a wide range of positions; some can be used completely without charge, others may provide some of their services free and charge for additional features, and some may charge you to use any part of its service.
According to the website The Balance Careers, here are the top national job boards of 2021:
- Indeed, Best Overall (free)
- Monster, Runner-Up, Best Overall (free, charge for extras)
- Glassdoor, Best for Employer Insights (free)
- FlexJobs, Best for Remote Jobs (charge)
- The Ladders, Best for Experienced Managers (charge)
- AngelList, Best for Startup Jobs (free)
- LinkedIn, Best for Connecting Directly With Recruiters (free, charge for extras)
- LinkUp, Best for Up-to-date Listings (free)
- Scouted, Best for Recent College Graduates (free, charge for extras)
- Snagajob, Best for Hourly Jobs (free)
- INTERVIEWING TIPS
Career Exploration Resources
WorkSource Oregon can help you find your next job. Use iMatchSkills to enter skills and work experience to jobs available in your area. There are also many educational and training resources to prepare for a new career.
The Oregon Labor Market Information System (OLMIS) provides economic information for job seekers and employers.
- Find occupations to explore
- Search for occupations that use designated skills
- Create and print customized reports outlining your O*NET searches
- Connect to other online career information resources