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Find a Job
If you are wondering...How do I actually find a job.
Use Job Search Engines. Use the job search engine sites to search the major job boards, company sites, associations, and other sites with job postings for you. You will be able to search all the jobs posted online in one step. You can even set up email alerts to notify you when a new job in your field has posted!
Adapted from Job Search Tips
Regional Job Postings
Even the general websites let you specify where you want to look for jobs. But there are also some regional sites that post a broad array of positions for specific areas. They will often be duplicated in the general websites, but it doesn't hurt to visit these regional sites every once in a while to see if there's anything new.
Based on a network of area newspapers, this comprehensive job board offers local coverage, with up-to-date employment opportunities from leading organizations throughout the Atlanta region.
Metro Atlanta Jobs
This site is comprised of multiple employment Web sites focusing exclusively on local communities in the state of Georgia.
Georgia Highlands College
Looking for a student worker position? They're listed here.
A job search provided by Georgia Highlands College.
Don't forget to look at the websites of local companies as well!
Job Search Engines
There are a huge number of online search sites for jobs. Many of them overlap, so the best recommendation is to pick one or two and set up email alerts!
America's Job Bank: Career One Stop
Your source for employment information and inspiration, with tools to help job seekers, students, businesses, and career professionals. Sponsored by the Department of Labor.
CareerBuilder sees more than 24 million unique visitors a month and lists more than 1.5 million jobs available. The job site works with more than 300,000 employers.
The free site gives job seekers access to millions of job listings aggregated from thousands of company websites and job boards across all fields.
Monster lists hourly, part-time, and full-time jobs in practically every career field.
SimplyHired currently has more than 5 million jobs listed from across the Web. Users can browse by state, city, company, industry, or job category.
In addition to searching jobs, find information about company culture.
Job search and salary information. Requires an email address.
Industry-Specific Job Sites
Some job posting websites are industry-specific. So if you're looking for a career in health care or education, there are sites you can go to that list JUST jobs for that profession! Here are a few of the most common.
Health e-Careers Network
HeCN is your destination for healthcare jobs and medical jobs. Choose your career above and we'll customize your site experience with the news, information, events, career resources and employment opportunities that most interest you.
Health Care Jobs
Health Care Jobs Career Center will help you locate healthcare jobs and explore medical jobs, hospital jobs, and nursing jobs.
Education America Network
This is one of the premier education employment networks for the United States. EAN users are able to find information and employment opportunities specifically related to the education industry quickly by using their easy-to-use interface.
Teachers-Teachers.com is a free service designed to help educators find new and exciting teaching jobs, administrative jobs and other related service positions. Through Teachers-Teachers.com you can view job postings from 1,799 school systems and private schools nationwide.
Looking for a government-based position? (The Veteran's Administration is often hiring nurses, for example!)
Nonprofit jobs, volunteer work, and internships.