California Occupational Guides - Statistics, projections,
and salary information for the state of California. Made available
by the California Employment Development Department.
CareerBuilder - They
claim to "use world-class technology, data-analysis, a comprehensive
partner network and superior customer service to match the right
people with the right jobs."
CareerOnestop.com - An integrated suite of national web
sites that help businesses, job seekers, students, and workforce
professionals find employment and career resources.
CityTownInfo.com - Includes basic demographic information
about cities and towns across America.
Cuyamaca College Success Internet Links - "The College Success 1 Website by Dr. Marsha Fralick is for faculty dedicated to student success and for students who dream of graduating from college and having a rewarding career. It provides supporting material for CollegeScope, an interactive online college success e-text and College and Career Success, a printed text."
Green Job Boards - "A resource to help people seeking jobs that
focus on environmental and social responsibility."
Specific Careers - These sites are packed with
information about career planning, including information on
training, education, earnings, work environments, and what's
Application Center - They claim to have searched the Internet
"to find exactly how, when and where to apply to almost every major
U.S. company directly."
"JobBank USA - "Jobs, career information, and employment services for job candidates, employees, employers and recruiters."
"JobSmart California - Provides job seekers with current,
reliable, local information, including resume advice, career guides,
salary surveys, and job listings. Made available by the California
Mapping Your Future - "Mapping Your Future is a national collaborative, public-service, nonprofit organization providing career, college, financial aid, and financial literacy services for students, families, and schools."
Occupational Outlook Handbook - Provides up-to-date
information on various careers, including duties, working
conditions, qualifications, preparation, and future demand. Made
available by the U. S. Department of Labor.
O-Net - They claim to
be "the nation's primary source of occupational information. Central to the project is the O*NET database, containing information on hundreds of standardized and occupation-specific descriptors. The database, which is available to the public at no cost, is continually updated by surveying a broad range of workers from each occupation."
San Diego Jobs - Local job listings sponsored by the San Diego Union Tribune.
WorkSearch - Reviews and rates the best resources for resume writing, cover
letters, interviewing, and more. In addition, the Web site owner,
Gary Will, has written articles on what questions to ask in an
interview, how to write a persuasive cover letter, how to include
experience in your resume, and the essence of selling.