Looking for work?
Here are some websites that will assist you in your job hunt!
All Nursing Schools
A wonderful website dedicated to helping aspiring nurses find everything from how to pay for nursing school to the different types of nurses and nursing degrees.
Instead of filling out applications for individual jobs, fill out your “Passport” once and use it to apply for any of the jobs on Apploi. Employers may also post specific questions that you can record and submit your answers to. Apple users can download the free iOS app here.
The United States’ largest and leading job site that offers its services for both employers, as well as employees.
A great resource for anything from lawn furniture to a job! This website posts job opportunities in every field, at every experience level.
Equal Opportunity Publications
Founded in 1968, this website provides great career guidance for diverse backgrounds. Helping underrepresented groups such as minorities, women, and people with disabilities find jobs and ensure that they are aware of their rights in the workplace.
Glassdoor includes information about salaries, along with actual interview questions and information about employers’ hiring processes. It also includes reviews of employers written by their employees. By following the link on the Collingswood Public Library website, you can choose not to “Sign Up by Posting a Salary or Review.”
A great website for job searching, Indeed offers 1.7 million job postings for every field and experience level, as well as offering insight into the best places to work, common salaries, and trends in the current job market.
Job and Career Accelerator
This site is great if you are just beginning your job search or need a refresher on things like: resume building, cover letter writing, and how to ace a job interview.
Job Hunter (From Philly.com)
A constantly updated section of Philly.com, Job Hunter provides the user with various articles and insight into today’s job market. Topics include: how to dress for an interview, personal websites that strengthen your resume, and information about background checks.
New Jersey Civil Service Commission
A great site for employment seekers and employers alike, this government site will provide you with all you need to know about Civil Service Employment, including open positions for State, County, and Municipal jobs.
Quintessential Careers offers everything from college planning to career networking and aims to provide you with “the content, tools, and motivation to empower people to achieve their educational goals, find their true career passion, obtain their ideal job, and be successful at their work.”
Ready to Work New Jersey
Job seekers: If you have exhausted your unemployment benefits and been out of work for 6 months or more, you may be eligible to participate in this program. Preference is given to unemployed military veterans.
The Riley Guide
“The premier gateway to job, career, and education information sources [that are] available online.” The Riley Guide gathers and lists all of the best and most reliable online job resources, allowing the searcher to choose which site they find to be best suited to their needs. Each item on the list is personally reviewed by Riley editors, who leave a brief synopsis for the viewer to consider.
Unemployment Insurance Benefits
Another site put forth by the State of New Jersey’s Department of Labor and Workfore Development, this site provides links to everything unemployment related, from filing your claim to viewing and printing your tax claim.
Workforce New Jersey Personnel Information Network
A great site sponsored by U.S. Department of Labor and New Jersey’s Department of Labor and Workforce Development. The site provides links to job fairs and listings, as well as providing unemployment information, college and graduate school information, and job search tools. Its aim is to “enable workers, students, and those seeking employment, as well as the employer community, to access a rich variety of information including: education, employment opportunities, training opportunities, labor market information, job search tools, and social services.”