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META-LISTS

Meta-Lists contain additional links to thousands of other online career resources.

Illinois Clicks
A website providing internet resources selected by Illinois librarians. The Jobs and Careers section lists links to information about salaries, job training, classified ads and job leads by field.
A jobs search engine which allows you to search by job type and location. It searches job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.

Indeed
A jobs search engine which allows you to search by job type and location. It searches job sites, newspapers, associations and company career pages.

Job Hunt

NETablility's Meta-List.

Librarians Index to the Internet (LII)
Contains links to websites with job listings by occupational area as well as a "Jobs and Work" section containing links on topics ranging from employee rights to retirement planning.

Nonprofits
Lists and describes web sites that have job listings in nonprofit organizations.

Quintessential Careers
This site offers lists of job search web sites by job type, region, industry and resources for minorities, women, veteran, disabled and mature job seekers. It also offers resources for company research, career exploration, job search and college planning.

 

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